Hampshire batter Nick Gubbins has signed a new contract with the club.
The former Middlesex left-hander has scored more than 1,700 Championship runs across the past two seasons.
He also captained the One-Day Cup side to the 2022 semi-final, before losing last season’s final to Leicestershire.
Gubbins told the club website: “Our current squad excites me and I firmly believe we will be challenging for all trophies in the next few years, which I cannot wait to be a part of.”
Top-order batter Gubbins – who turns 30 on New Year’s Eve – originally moved to the Ageas Bowl on loan in 2021 before a permanent switch from Lord’s the following season.
He added: “I am thrilled to have extended my contract. It is such a fantastic club and place to play my cricket.”
Giles White, Hampshire director of cricket, said: “Nick has been outstanding for us since his arrival. He is a player of quality…