Isle of Wight cricketer Adam Hose has signed for Warwickshire County Cricket Club.
Adam has recently become a regular for Somerset across all three formats of the game and has made four First Class, 20 List A and seven T20 appearances.
The 24 year old grew up on the Isle of Wight and played cricket for Ventnor.
Adam came through the Hampshire development programme before joining the MCC Young Cricketers. He then trialled with Somerset and soon signed his first professional contract in 2015 after scoring two centuries in the second team.
Speaking to the Bears website Adam said:
“I’m very excited to join Warwickshire CCC. It’s the only club in the country to have won all three trophies in the last five years and, whilst currently going through a transition, Ashley, Jim and the management team have great ambitions to bring more success to the club in the near future.
“I would like to express my thanks to the Somerset coaching team, the players and Members for such great support during my time in Taunton. Special thanks must go to Steve Snell for giving me my first opportunity in the second team, to Fielding Coach Paul Tweddle and to Director of Cricket Matthew Maynard.
“I wish the club every success in the future.”