Adam Hose joins Worcestershire in bid to revive his red-ball career

Adam Hose has left Warwickshire for Worcestershire in a bid to revive his red-ball profession, three years after his final first-class look.

He has now signed a three-year deal at New Highway and hopes to emulate his former Warwickshire team-mate Ed Pollock, who has performed 9 Championship video games this season after struggling for alternatives at Edgbaston.

“I am trying ahead to a brand new chapter in my profession at Worcestershire and delighted to signal for the following three years and hopefully, past,” Hose mentioned. “I’ve bought a good quantity of expertise beneath my belt, however I am solely 29 and consider that my finest years are forward of me.

“I do know the membership has an excellent historical past and a future that appears actually brilliant, and that excites me, particularly with the gifted group of children that the membership frequently produce.

“Worcestershire have had quite a lot of success in latest occasions in white-ball cricket, and I need to play my half in repeating that Vitality Blast success of 2018 and 2019. However Ed was given his probability to play extra red-ball cricket after transferring to Worcestershire from Warwickshire, and I am hoping I also can earn that chance with my type and in coaching.”

Hose’s signing is a coup for Worcestershire. A number of counties have been all in favour of signing him, and so they have already suffered two important blows this summer time with Moeen Ali and Ed Barnard each attributable to go away for Warwickshire on the finish of the season.

“It is a wonderful signing for the membership,” Alex Gidman, their coach, mentioned. “Adam has turned himself into an distinctive cricketer. From a white-ball perspective, he has turn out to be probably the greatest batters within the nation.

“He’s additionally very eager and desirous to play extra red-ball cricket and show to everybody how good he’s in that format as effectively. We’re delighted that he desires to come back and play for us.”

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