An often nomadic medium-pacer, the burly Steffan Jones has been a useful addition to any county side in his lengthy career.
Jones started his career as a Glamorgan reserve while still at Cambridge University.
After graduating he joined Somerset where he spent seven years before moving to Northamptonshire in 2003.
Although not a distinguished batsman, he memorably took apart the New Zealand touring attack in 1999 to register a thrilling century.
He was released by Northamptonshire at the end of the 2005 season and joined Derbyshire on a one-year deal.
He returned to form with 59 first-class wickets in 2006 but moved back to Somerset for 2007 citing family reasons.
His 23 wickets in 12 championship matches helped Somerset to the Division Two title in 2007 and he was a regular member of the one-day side.
He continued to make useful contributions in 2008 despite not being a regular in the first team, but lost his place the following year, prompting loan stints at Kent and Derbyshire.
Jones almost roused Derbyshire to promotion in 2009, but his efforts were rewarded with a permanent two-year deal at Derby, with additional bowling coach duties.