Warwickshire have made their first new signing for the 2024 season by signing Sussex left-arm paceman George Garton.
The 26-year-old, who won an England T20 cap against West Indies in 2022, has signed a three-year contract.
Brighton-born Garton has been with his boyhood club since under-10 level, but his only career success so far was with Southern Brave in the inaugural Men’s Hundred in 2021.
Garton first worked under Bears first-team coach Mark Robinson, for Sussex.
“I am particularly keen to work with Mark Robinson having known him for a long time,” he said.
“I feel my best years as a player are ahead of me and I retain huge ambitions in the game.
“The club have a tremendous record of winning trophies and I hope to contribute to winning more of them.”
Garton has been signed to play both white-ball and red-ball cricket.
He has played only 26 first-class matches in eight seasons at Hove.
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