The 2012 World Twenty20 promised to be a tournament to remember, coming just after India's World Cup victory on home soil the year before. This time, Sri Lanka were aiming to win on home soil but they faced challenges from around the globe in one of the most open tournaments to date.
Just as England had ended a long wait for a global trophy in 2010, this time around it was the West Indies' turn to shine, with Chris Gayle, Marlon Samuels and Darren Sammy writing their own chapter of Caribbean history.
Captain Sammy described the victory as 'one for the Caribbean people' and this book relives the key moments before and during the tournament, including full scorecards from each game.
The women's tournament, run alongside the men's event, is also covered with scorecards and tables from the semi-finals as Australia became the first team to retain a WT20 title.
'A Win For The People' is the story from the build-up to the warm down, told by Cricket World's editorial team based in Sri Lanka and England.
We believe it is the first book published on the ICC World Twenty20 2012 and is currently available as an e-book for £5.14. and as a paperback for £7.99.
This represents outstanding value as the book includes every match report and scorecard from the tournament, as well as extensive women's reports and exclusive analysis from Chetan Narula, John Pennington and Daniel Grummitt that is not available anywhere else - click the links below to buy depending on your format and location: