Hampshire has hired Middlesex mid-fast bowler James Mider on a three-year contract. It is Fuller's third county in four years and continues its search for a county where it can make a lasting impression in all formats. . After spending the first five years of his domestic career in Gloucestershire, where he claimed 89 windows in 35 first-class appearances, Fuller made the switch to Middlesex in 2016. He made his debut against Hampshire that year, picking up a five-window run. for the team in its first appearance against the team of James Vince.
Fuller has claimed a total of 141 first-class windows with an average of 33.06 and, now 28, joins a Hampshire squad that has few resources in English. They have already recruited Keith Barker, the veteran left-arm seamstress from Warwickshire.
Fuller has been a strong collaborator of the cue ball throughout his career, with a total of 164 fields and 1144 runs in 128 Schedule A and T20 matches, with one race
. the Lions of England in 2016 and 2017, where he faced Sri Lanka A and the United Arab Emirates along with the Hampshire goalkeeper-player, Tom Alsop.  Hampshire cricket director Giles White said: "James is a talented cricketer with the ability to impact in all formats"