The trio have recommitted until at least the end of the 2022-23 season, proving the future is bright for WA cricket.

With the squad well balanced with youth and experience, Bancroft said it’s time to convert a good side on paper into silverware.

“WA cricket is in great hands at the moment, we want to win and I’m hoping I can contribute to what will hopefully be a fruitful period for us,” he said.

“We’ve got the talent, so it’s time for us to take the next step and win some trophies.

“I love playing for WA, it’s my home and I’m excited to continue representing my State.”

Richardson said he couldn’t think of a better place to play his trade than the iconic WACA Ground.

“Being a fast bowler and bowling on the fast and bouncy WACA pitch, it doesn’t get much better than that,” he said.

“The culture we have here is genuinely the best I’ve been involved with, the WACA family is amazing and I couldn’t think of anywhere else I’d rather play my cricket.”

Green has shown what a prodigious talent he could be for Western Australia, and the 20-year-old said he was in the right place to take his game to another level.

“Our coaches are fantastic and I love working with them,” he said.

“My first goal is to get my body right, get some miles into my legs on the domestic scene and perform well for WA.

“Staying in WA was an easy decision for me, there’s great youth coming through and a lot of experience around me and I’m looking forward to the next three years,”

Head Coach Adam Voges said he was delighted Richardson, Bancroft and Green had recommitted to WA.

“I’m sure those three players will be the core of Western Australian cricket for years to come,” he said.

“Cameron (Bancroft) and Jhye have proved they’re capable to play at the top level and to have them in our set-up is brilliant for WA cricket.

“Greeny is a star on the rise and I’m looking forward to seeing what he can produce for us in the years to come.”