Sussex have signed left-arm seamer Jack Campbell until the end of the 2024 season.

The bowler had been trialling with the team over the winter and impressed in Second XI matches before penning a deal earlier this week.

Campbell, 24, previously featured for Hampshire and Durham and has taken 25 wickets in 20 professional games playing in all three formats.

Paul Farbrace said: "Jack has been working with us throughout the winter months and I am delighted he has signed a contract with us until the end of the season."

Jack Campbell, added: "I am delighted to have signed a contract with Sussex and can't wait to see what the next few months bring and I am really looking forward to playing a part in helping to push for promotion and to win trophies."

Campbell did not feature last night as Sussex played a warmup fixture ahead of the start of their T20 Blast campaign on Friday.

The Sharks took a comfortable win against a National Counties XI as overseas recruit Dan Hughes knocked 74 runs from 42 balls, including 11 boundaries.

Spinner James Coles took two wickets in one over as Sussex secured a 28 run win having hit 191-5.