Cricbuzz Staff •
Fuller has taken 141 first class wickets at an average of 33.06 © Getty
James Fuller, the right-arm pacer, signed a two-year deal with Hampshire, on Thursday (October 4). The 28-year-old joined the South East county side from Middlesex.
Fuller, who made his first class debut for New Zealand’s domestic side, Otago, in 2010, used his British passport to move over to England and pen a deal with Gloucestershire.
He played a key role in helping Gloucestershire win the Royal London 50-over Cup in 2015 by taking 15 wickets. He then switched sides and joined Middlesex for the 2016 County season. He has also represented England Lions.
The pacer has taken 141 first class wickets at an average of 33.06, and is also a useful batsman down the order, evidenced by the five fifties he has scored in four-day cricket.