James Fuller: Gloucestershire bowler signs two-year deal
Bowler James Fuller has signed a new two-year contract with Gloucestershire.
The South Africa-born paceman grew up in New Zealand and arrived in Bristol as a UK passport holder in 2011.
Fuller has taken 53 wickets in 20 first-class matches, including a hat-trick at Cheltenham against Worcestershire last month.
"This is a great club and I have learnt a lot so far during my three years here," the 23-year-old told Gloucestershire's website.
"We have excellent coaching and support staff at Gloucestershire, who have aided my learning so far and will continue to add to my game over the next few years.
"I am excited about where this group is moving and I can't wait for this team to win our first trophy."
Fuller has also taken 67 wickets in List A and Twenty20 games.