Brett Hutton Commits to Nottinghamshire with Contract Extension
Hutton’s Continued Journey at Trent Bridge
In a significant move for Nottinghamshire cricket, seamer Brett Hutton has inked a two-year contract extension, ensuring his stay at Trent Bridge until 2026. At 31, Hutton has become a cornerstone of the team’s bowling attack.
Leading Wicket-Taker in County Championship
The 2023 County Championship witnessed Hutton’s exceptional form as he led the wicket-taking charts with 62 scalps. His remarkable season was highlighted by six impressive five-wicket hauls, showcasing his prowess and vital role in Nottinghamshire’s bowling lineup.
Hutton’s Impact in One-Day Cup
Not only has Hutton excelled in the longer format, but he also emerged as Nottinghamshire’s top wicket-taker in the One-Day Cup for both 2022 and 2023. This all-round contribution underlines his versatility and importance to the team across formats.
Hutton Reflects on His Growth
Reflecting on his journey, Hutton, who rejoined Nottinghamshire in 2021 after a stint with Northamptonshire, spoke about his rewarding experience. “To have my best season after a decade as a professional at my boyhood club is pretty special,” he expressed. Notts head coach Peter Moores praised Hutton’s skills and consistency, acknowledging his significant improvement since his return to Trent Bridge. “He has got better and better every year since coming back to Trent Bridge a few years ago,” Moores commented.