Former England all-rounder Craig White has joined Hampshire’s coaching set-up.
The 42-year-old, who played 30 Test matches and 51 one day internationals for England, has been with Yorkshire since 1990.
White scored more than 20,000 runs and took more than 700 wickets across all domestic competitions in a career that stretched until 2008.
He was part of Yorkshire’s Championship-winning side in 2001 and the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy winning side of 2002.
White will work under namesake Giles in the new coaching set-up.