Batter Sam Hain has signed a contract extension ensuring he remains a Bear until at least the end of the 2025
Warwickshire County Cricket Club have confirmed that batter Sam Hain has signed a contract extension ensuring he remains a Bear until at least the end of the 2025 season.
The 27-year-old, who had one year remaining on his existing deal, will be looking to build on a career that’s putting him amongst the Club’s legendary figures.
Making his List A debut in 2013 following a recommendation by former Warwickshire captain Michael Powell for a trial, Hain has found plenty of success, winning the One Day Cup in 2016 and the County Championship and Bob Willis Trophy in 2021.
On the field, Hain has become a mainstay in the heart of the Bears middle-order amassing 10,228 runs in 228 appearances with 21 centuries spread across all formats.
A popular player amongst the players and Members, Hain has already become the Bears leading T20 run scorer with 2,729 runs having overtaken Ian Bell in 2021.
Following a strong year in red ball cricket this season with 1,137 runs (three centuries), the right-hander will be looking to add to his England Lions experience with national side.
Hain said: “When discussions started on a new contract, I was desperate to sign and extend my stay.
“This Club means everything to me and having lived in Birmingham for nearly ten years this is certainly my home.
“I’m incredibly fortunate to have been a part of some special moments alongside some incredibly close friends.
“I can’t wait to build on what we’ve achieved over the next few years.”