Freddie Heldreich, Gus Miller and Justin Broad will all remain at Northamptonshire until at least the end of 2025.

The trio were out of contract at the end of 2024 but will continue on at the club for at least another year.

Heldreich enjoyed a successful Blast campaign last year, taking 17 wickets and is excited about the the year ahead.

“I’m really excited to sign on for another year and it takes some pressure off me going into the blast.

“After what I’ve felt was a really good winter working on some red ball as well as white ball feeling hungry for hopefully another year of wickets and team success.”

The 22-year-old hasn’t featured so far this season but is eager for white ball cricket to get underway and doing whatever he can to help the team succeed.

“Personal success would be nice but my full focus is doing what is required to help the team win. There’s nothing I want more than the team to make their way to a finals day and if that involves me playing or helping where I can running drinks.

“I still have strong ambitions to take my white ball game into franchise cricket with dreams of travelling the world but currently all I want is success for Northants and to get back to winning some trophies.”

Justin Broad signed his first professional contract with Northamptonshire in 2023 and has been heavily involved in the first team in recent weeks, recently impressing with a career best score of 75 against Derbyshire.

The all-rounder has admitted there has been difficult times this season but was delighted to be extending his contract for a further year.

“I’m super excited and happy to have extended for another year and I am grateful to Sads and the Board for trusting in me and giving me an opportunity to continue to grow as a cricketer.” Broad said.

“There have been a few tough moments, but I have experienced some different roles in the games I have played and I hope I can take a lot from those times and learn a lot from them.

“I would love to try and cement my position in the first team in all formats and most importantly try contribute to some wins.” He added.

A graduate of the Club’s Talent Pathway, Gus Miller has enjoyed a positive start to the season and is keen to continue that early form.

“It’s obviously a nice feeling extending my contract for another year.” The 2XI Captain said.

“I’ve worked seriously hard over the winter and during pre season on all aspects of my game and I feel ready when my opportunity comes to be able to make positive impacts in first team cricket which hopefully helps win games for the Northants.”

Head Coach John Sadler was pleased to see Miller, Heldreich and Broad extend their contracts.

“We’re delighted to get the lads to extend their deals for another year.” Sadler said.

“They’re all incredibly hard workers, conduct themselves very well and are capable of making some really positive contributions to the team in the future.