Since then, he has produced some of the best cricket of his career, hitting five of his six five first-class centuries, and was named Player of the Season by the club in 2011.
"Wes has been one of our most consistent performers across the different formats since he came to the club and securing his services for the next three years is a huge boost moving forward," said head coach Karl Krikken.
"He has the right level of experience to be able to perform in Division One next year, as well as passing on his knowledge to the younger players within the squad."
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