Johnson makes Derbyshire switch

Derbyshire have made their first move to strengthen their squad in preparation for Division One cricket by signing wicketkeeper Richard Johnson from Warwickshire on a three-year deal.
Johnson, 24, developed through the Warwickshire system from the age of 10 and played in the team that won the CB40 final in 2010, but has found his first-team opportunities limited by the return to form of Tim Ambrose at Edgbaston.
Johnson had two loan spells with Derbyshire during the 2012 season, which included making a match-winning 79 against Yorkshire in a CB40 game, and will vie for a place with Tom…

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