Northamptonshire v Kent, Wantage Road, 2nd day
Sep 18, 2013: Refreshingly, no one at the County Ground made a secret of their interest in the game unfolding at Chelmsford between third-placed Essex and Glamorgan
Glamorgan v Kent, Cardiff, 3rd day
Sep 5, 2013: Sam Northeast and Brendan Nash helped guide Kent to only their second County Championship win of the season with a seven-wicket victory over Glamorgan at Cardiff.
Kent v Hampshire, Canterbury, 3rd day
Jul 17, 2013: Centuries from Rob Key and Brendan Nash helped Kent through to an impressive 513 and a first-innings lead of 108 in a high-scoring clash with Hampshire that looks destined to end in a draw.
Gloucestershire v Kent, Cheltenham, 4th day
Jul 13, 2013: Brendan Nash retired ill on 199 as Kent secured their first four-day win of the season after an enthralling final-day at Cheltenham.
Kent v Glamorgan, Canterbury, 3rd day
Jun 14, 2013: Visitors Glamorgan appear to be homing in on their second win of the Division Two campaign after making basement side Kent follow-on in Canterbury
Warwickshire v Kent, YB40 Group A, Edgbaston
May 6, 2013: Brendan Nash's best one-day performance for Kent proved decisive as they squeezed past Warwickshire with a frantic one-run victory at Edgbaston.
Lancashire v Kent, Old Trafford, 4th day
Apr 27, 2013: Kent played out the final day with Brendan Nash continuing his strong early season form with an unbeaten hundred
Northamptonshire v Kent, CB40 Group C, Northampton
Aug 19, 2012: A stunning half-century by Brandan Nash helped Kent to a thrilling five-wicket win over Northamptonshire at Wantage Road to keep their semi-final hopes in the Clydesdale Bank 40 alive.
Kent v Yorkshire, Canterbury, 2nd day
Apr 27, 2012: Brendan Nash scored a maiden century in county cricket to put Kent on top at Canterbury
Mar 16, 2012: Kent have signed West Indies batsman Brendan Nash as their overseas player for the 2012 season
Regional Four Day Competition 2011-12
Feb 28, 2012: A round-up of the action from the matches in the Regional Four Day Competition 2011-12
West Indies news
Oct 22, 2011: Marlon Samuels and Fidel Edwards have been handed Grade B contracts by the WICB for 2011-12
West Indies news
Sep 29, 2011: Brendan Nash, the West Indies batsman, has withdrawn from Jamaica's squad for next month's WICB 50-over competition, citing personal reasons
Jun 25, 2011: After arriving from Australia, Brendan Nash didn't have to wait too long to play for West Indies, but he faced a few hurdles along the way
West Indies v India, 2nd Test, Barbados
Jun 25, 2011: West Indies have dropped their vice-captain Brendan Nash and have recalled Kirk Edwards for the second Test, which begins on June 28 in Barbados
West Indies v Pakistan, 2nd Test, St Kitts
May 18, 2011: Brendan Nash, the West Indies vice-captain, is hoping that a return to St Kitts will bring him another big score as his side aims to wrap up the series against Pakistan
West Indies v Pakistan, 1st Test, Guyana
May 11, 2011: Brendan Nash, the West Indies vice-captain, is confident he will take strong form in to the first Test against Pakistan, which starts in Guyana on Thursday
Regional Four-Day Competition, semi-finals, second day
Apr 3, 2011: A round-up of the action from the second day of the semi-finals of the Regional Four-Day Competition
Regional Four-Day Competition, semi-finals, first day
Apr 2, 2011: A round-up of the action from the semi-final round of the Regional Four-Day Competition
Regional Four-Day Competition, 7th round
Mar 26, 2011: A round-up of the action from the seventh round of the Regional Four-Day Competition
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