County Championship winners Warwickshire have handed new contracts to Steffan Piolet and Tom Milnes.
All-rounder Piolet has become an important limited-overs player since he joined the county in 2009 and has agreed a further two years at Edgbaston.
Milnes came through the Bears ranks and made his championship debut last summer at Durham and has been rewarded with a three year deal.
The paceman, 20, was part of the team that clinched the 2012 title against Worcestershire in September.
Assistant coach Dougie Brown told the official Warwickshire website: "Steffan has put in some excellent performances in limited overs competitions and was one of our best bowlers in last season's Friends Life t20 with an economy rate of just a shade above a run-a-ball.
"Whilst being an excellent death bowler and hard hitting batsmen, there is a great opportunity for him to develop his game further over the coming months and force his way in to the County Championship side.
"Having been with the club since the age of 10, Tom is Warwickshire through and through and everyone was really pleased for him to make his County Championship debut earlier this season.
"He's worked incredibly hard to become a key member of our seam attack and is certainly an exciting prospect to follow in the years ahead."