Briggs extends Hampshire deal
Hampshire spinner Danny Briggs has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the county until the end of the 2015 season.
The 22-year-old has risen through the youth ranks at Hampshire and made his first-class debut in 2009.
"It is great to have signed," said Briggs. "We've been successful over the last few years and hopefully that continues in years to come."
Manager Giles White said: "Danny is an important member of the squad and has been an integral part of the team's success in one day cricket.
"We hope that he continues to develop over the next couple of years."
Briggs progressed through Hampshire's junior and academy sides before breaking into the first team, and also represented England at U19, Lions and full one day international level.
He became a first-team regular in 2010, setting a club record of 31 wickets as Hampshire won the Friends Provident t20.
Having travelled to Australia with the England Performance Programme and to the West Indies with the England Lions, Briggs made his full England debut in 2012 against Pakistan in the UAE, taking two wickets to help his country to a 4-0 ODI whitewash.
In doing so, Briggs became the youngest ever Hampshire player and the first Isle of Wight-born cricketer to play for his country.