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Sri Lanka v West Indies, 1st Test, Galle, 2nd day

Onus on West Indies spinners - Nash

Nov 16, 2010: Brendan Nash, the West Indies vice-captain, said taking early wickets was the key to West Indies' push for a win against Sri Lanka

Sa'adi Thawfeeq in Galle

SL President's XI v West Indians, tour match, Colombo, 1st day

Two-paced wicket caught us by surprise - Nash

Nov 10, 2010: West Indies' batsmen struggled on the first day of their tour match against a Sri Lanka President's XI at Colombo

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Sri Lanka President's XI v West Indians, tour match, Colombo, 1st day

Nash fifty carries West Indies

Nov 10, 2010: West Indies' batsmen struggled on the first day of their tour match against a Sri Lanka President's XI at Colombo

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WICB regional one-day tournament 2010-11

Barbados overcome Russell's six to enter final

Oct 22, 2010: Barbados were forced to dig deep after an incisive spell from Andre Russell, but their lower order and bowlers raised their game to trump Jamaica by 58 runs at Sabina Park

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West Indies tour of Sri Lanka

Darren Sammy named West Indies captain

Oct 17, 2010: Chris Gayle has been axed as the West Indies captain and replaced by the allrounder Darren Sammy in a shake-up that has also resulted in Brendan Nash being handed the vice-captaincy

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West Indies v SA, 2nd Test, St Kitts, 3rd day

Nash and Chanderpaul script Windies fightback

Jun 20, 2010: West Indies finally claimed ownership of an entire day's play and it came via a defiant double-century partnership between the two most patient batsmen in the line-up, Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Brendan Nash

The Bulletin by Kanishkaa Balachandran

West Indies v South Africa, 1st Test, Port of Spain

'West Indies sick of losing' - Brendan Nash

Jun 10, 2010: Brendan Nash, the West Indies middle-order batsman, has said his team is desperate to end its losing run and turn things for the better in the Test series against South Africa that begins on Thursday

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Bangladesh A v West Indies A, 2nd unofficial Test, 2nd day

Nazimuddin, Faisal put Bangladesh A on track

May 24, 2010: Bangladesh A worked themselves into a position of comfort thanks to fighting knocks from Nazimuddin and Faisal Hossain who capitalised on the continued excellence from Syed Rasel and Suhrawadi Shuvo that earned them both five-wicket hauls

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Bangladesh A v West Indies A, 2nd unofficial Test, 1st day

Nash, Walton lift West Indies A

May 23, 2010: On a day when individual performances from both sides stood out, West Indies A finished with 230 for 7 as honours were shared on the first day of the second unofficial Test in Savar

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South Africa A v West Indies A, tri-series, Mirpur

Darren Bravo and seamers pummel South Africa A

May 11, 2010: West Indies A continued their unbeaten the tri-series and sealed a place in the final, after beating South Africa A convincingly by 81 runs in Mirpur

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Bangladesh A v West Indies A, Tri-series 2010, Mirpur

Bravo, Pascal knock down Bangladesh

May 8, 2010: Bangladesh A succumbed to their second consecutive defeat in the tri-series, falling short by 29 runs against West Indies A in Mirpur

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Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day

The Chanderpaul understudies

Dec 19, 2009: West Indies haven't had Shivnarine Chanderpaul as their middle-order rock at the WACA, but they've had two very good imitations in Narsingh Deonarine and Brendan Nash

Brydon Coverdale at the WACA

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Perth, 4th day

Australia forced to wait another day for series win

Dec 19, 2009: West Indies had Australia shuddering for half the day but by stumps it was the hosts who were one wicket from cracking in their courageous chase

The Bulletin by Peter English

Australia v West Indies, 3rd Test, Perth, 3rd day

Australia lose fizz after Bollinger bubbles

Dec 18, 2009: Doug Bollinger was responsible for a sudden swing from flooding runs to raining wickets before West Indies surged back to remain in contention

The Bulletin by Peter English

Australia v West Indies, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 2nd day

Nash provides a sting in the tail

Dec 5, 2009: Brendan Nash has so far been a winner in shoring up the West Indies middle order since moving from Queensland two years ago

Brydon Coverdale at Adelaide Oval

Australia v West Indies, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 2nd day

Weary Watson willing for work

Dec 5, 2009: Australia's investment in Shane Watson is finally paying dividends

Alex Brown at Adelaide Oval

Australia v West Indies, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 2nd day

Watson leads Australia's strong reply

Dec 5, 2009: Shane Watson and Brendan Nash were team-mates at Queensland three seasons ago. Now Test opponents, their contrasting ninety-somethings on the second day kept the century-old scoreboard at the Adelaide Oval whirring as both Australia and West Indies racked

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale at Adelaide Oval

Australia v West Indies, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

An unhappy homecoming for Nash

Nov 27, 2009: Brendan Nash managed only 18 in his first game at the Gabba since being dropped by Queensland in 2006-07

Peter English at the Gabba

'I never expected to play Test cricket'

Nov 23, 2009: In a little over three years, Brendan Nash has gone from being an Australia substitute fielder to playing a Test against them. He speaks about switching sides, and how much things have changed for him

Interview by Peter English

West Indies in Australia 2009-10

Brendan Nash returns to roots under spotlight

Nov 13, 2009: The former Queensland batsman will be in demand for the rest of the month as family and friends chase him for tales of his new life as a West Indian cricketer

Peter English
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