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Warwickshire seal paceman Hannon-Dalby services for another two years

Olly Hannon-Dalby

Warwickshire fast bowler Olly Hannon-Dalby has signed a two-year contract extension, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2021 season.

29 year old Hannon-Dalby signed from Yorkshire at the start of the 2013 season.

During his time he has been part of the Bears success winning the T20 Blast in 2014, the Royal London One-Day Cup in 2016 and Division Two of the County Championship in 2018.

Warwickshire sport director Paul Farbrace, said: “Olly works exceptionally hard at all areas of his game and it’s been great to see his efforts rewarded in recent weeks with some excellent performances with the ball in the County Championship.

“He’s a very skillful seam bowler who has a good record in all forms of the game and is playing some of the best cricket of his career.

“Olly is also an excellent man who does a huge amount of work for the club off the field, including coaching our young cricketers, acting as our PCA representative and supporting our media and community teams.

“He’s a very proud adopted Bear and I’m sure that many of our Members and supporters will be delighted that Olly will remain at Edgbaston until at least the end of the 2021 season.”

“I’ve enjoyed my time tremendously since I joined the club in 2013 and we’ve had a good amount of success on the field as well,” said Hannon-Dalby.

“The team has seen a bit of change in the last couple of years and we’ve seen more young players come through our pathway who are making their way in the game. As one of the more experienced players, I see it being part of my role to offer advice and support to help these guys develop.

“We’ve got very exciting times ahead and I’m thrilled that I can be part of this as a Bear.”

In both 37 First Class and List A appearances and 51 T20 appearances, Hannon-Dalby has taken 222 wickets across all formats for the Bears.

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