Jimmy Adams to keep role as Hampshire captain

Jimmy Adams of Hampshire plays to the offside during day one of the LV County Championship second division match between Gloucestershire and Hampshire on May 8, 2013
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Jimmy Adams confirms that he will retain the Hampshire captaincy for next season.

Jimmy Adams has revealed that he will remain in his role as Hampshire captain next season.

The 32-year-old suggested midway through the last campaign that he would consider stepping down but now claims that he is ready to push for promotion again.

"I feel I can take it on and give it a good go," Adams told BBC Radio Solent.

"There are some parts that are hugely rewarding and very enjoyable. Whether you are captain or a batsman, there will be times when it is tough.

"There were times at the end of the last year when I couldn't get the balance right between getting away from it and recharging. It is something you learn from. We have a clear idea of how we want to go ahead."

Hampshire finished fourth in Division Two last season.

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