The forgotten Brendan Nash continued his good form on the English County circuit today.
The Jamaica and West Indies left-hander who is averaging over 50 for Kent and has been their leading batsman this season, made 42 in his side’s 220 for 6 against Nottinghamshire in the Yorkshire Bank 40 overs competition. Former England Test batsman Robert Key top-scored with 62.
Rain however played havoc with the match and Nottinghamshire’s target was reduced to 140 which they duly reached for three wickets in 16.3 overs to win by seven wickets via the Duckworth/Lewis system.The 35-year-old Nash, who averages 33.42 in 21 Tests, played his last Test match in June 2011 against India.†
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