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All-rounder Fuller to stay at Hampshire until 2026

James Fuller pumps his fist in celebration
South Africa-born James Fuller began his career in New Zealand before moving to England in 2011 [Getty Images]

All-rounder James Fuller has signed a two-year contract extension with Hampshire to stay at the club until 2026.

The 34-year-old joined Hampshire in 2019 after spells with Gloucestershire and Middlesex.

A key player in both the County Championship and T20 Blast, Fuller has played 133 matches across all formats for the club.

This season, he has taken 10 wickets in each of the two competitions, as well as scoring 278 Championship runs at an average of 35.87.

"I'm really stoked to have extended my contract - Hampshire is a great place to play cricket and I've loved my time here," Fuller told the club's website.

"We compete in all three formats and that's the sort of side I want to be a part of."