Nash checks in at Kent
Kent have secured the services of West Indies batsman Brendan Nash for the entire 2012 season.
The Australian-born 34-year-old, who has played 21 Tests and nine one-day internationals for his adopted country, joins new head coach and compatriot Jimmy Adams at Canterbury.
The left-hander will link-up with his new team-mates later this month and will be available for the opening LV= County Championship Division Two clash with Yorkshire on April 5.
Nash becomes the club’s fifth close-season signing and second capture this week following the arrival of Scott Newman from Middlesex on a two-month loan deal.
Adams said: “I am pleased that Kent have been able to secure the services of Brendan Nash.
“Brendan’s ability, coupled with his experience at every level of the game, will undoubtedly be of tremendous value to the club especially given his availability for the entire season.
“I look forward to welcoming Brendan to Kent in the next couple of weeks in preparation for the season opener in early April.”