Zampa, Tremain join NSW cricket

Paceman Chris Tremain and legspinner Adam Zampa will play for NSW this summer after leaving Victoria and South Australia respectively.

ADAM ZAMPA of Australia.
ADAM ZAMPA of Australia. Picture: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

NSW have lured paceman Chris Tremain and legspinner Adam Zampa from state-cricket rivals.

Tremain is departing Victoria while Zampa has left South Australia to join the Blues, with both moves confirmed by NSW Cricket on Thursday.

The Dubbo-born Tremain, who was Victoria's Sheffield Shield player of the year in 2017-18, returns to his native NSW after a six-year stint in Victoria.

Zampa made his first-class debut for NSW in 2012, the same year as Tremain, before shifting to the Redbacks for the 2013/14 season.

The Blues have also awarded promising Australian Under 19 legspinner Tanveer Sangha a rookie contract.