Chris Nash

ChrisNash 39 yrs

England

Born:May 19, 1983Cuckfield, Sussex, England
Height:5 ft 11 in
batting style
Right Handed
bowling style
Right-arm offbreak

Recent form

BattingBowling

17(26)

vs LEIC

13(15)

vs DUR

4(6)

vs LEIC

40(33)

vs DBS

3(4)

vs DBS

2(3)

vs LANCS

0(3)

vs LEIC

51(31)

vs YORKS

55(29)

vs DUR

24(16)

vs WORCS

Bio

Batting Career

Batting career information not available at the moment

Bowling Career

Bowling career information not available at the moment

Teams Played For

Auckland, England Lions, Otago, Sussex

Chris's Bio

Chris Nash ended up with a 15-year-long association with Sussex when he linked up with his former coach, Peter Moores at Nottinghamshire. A tall burly middle-order batsman, Nash is also a handy off-break bowler, who has tons of experience as he has been playing county cricket since 2002. 

Born in Sussex’s Cuckfield, a 19-year-old Nash made his first-class debut when he covered an injured Mark Davies, back in the Championship of 2002. However, it took him 5 years to really breakthrough into the first team. A compact-and-reliable batter surpassed the 1000 FC run mark - twice in 2009 and 2010, before breaking into the England Lions squad in 2011.

As his career progressed, the Cuckfield-born turned into an integral part of Sussex CCC, he became a go-to man with the bat, while his part-time off-break became more of partnership-breaking bowling. Later in 2012, the all-rounder was named in the PCA Team of the Year, courtesy of his all-round excellence. The following year, Nash again clubbed over 1000 FC runs as the 2013 season ended. 

2014 saw the all-rounder missing a fair share of the season as the post-surgery symptoms of gangrene infection kept him away from the game. He returned onto the field by September that year, to score a hundred against Notts. Three years later, he moved to Nottinghamshire on a three-year contract, after scoring more than 11000 FC and 6000 white-ball runs for Sussex. 

The seasoned campaigner missed the majority of the 2018 season, thanks to a serious shoulder injury. Although at 38, Nash is more than motivated as he wants to be playing till he is forty. 

(As of July 2021)