Wright deal at Glamorgan
Glamorgan batsman Ben Wright has been rewarded for a steady season with a contract extension until the end of next campaign.
The 24-year-old scored 623 LV= County Championship runs at an average of 27.08, 116 in the Clydesdale Bank 40 at 19.33 and did not bat in his one Friends Life t20 game.
A graduate of Glamorgan junior and age-group teams, the right-hander made his first-class debut in 2006 after playing for England Under-19s and hit a career-best 172 against Gloucestershire at the SWALEC Stadium in 2010.
The year he added another century versus Hampshire at the Cardiff ground. Later he made a match-winning 62 in the Welsh Dragons' CB40 victory over Nottinghamshire at Swansea.
Wright, who won his county cap in 2011, said: "I am very pleased to have signed a contract extension with Glamorgan. Like all other squad members, I'm looking forward to working hard this winter in readiness for an improved performance next season."
Head of elite performance Matthew Mott said: "It is fantastic news that we have got Ben on board for another year. He is a real team player with a lot of potential and is one of the hardest workers in the squad.
"He's keen to do very well and is a player that presents a case to be picked in all three forms of the game, so we look forward to him really progressing.
"It's been a tough year for batsmen, but he has played some significant innings and when he develops that consistency over the full season he will be a real strong player for Glamorgan for years to come."