Bournemouth Daily Echo – BASHLEY stalwart Kevin Nash has called time on his illustrious career.
- Putting his aches and pains to one side, the popular paceman finished the 2017 season with 485 wickets from his Southern League career.
- But injuries which have riddled the 42-year-old towards the tail end of a league career spanning 25 years finally forced him to quit the game he loved since first picking up a bat as a 10-year-old.
- Prior to that he had taken 83 wickets for Bashley in the old Southern League between 1995 and 1999 – before the competition became an ECB-accredited Premier League.
- A former Brockenhurst College student, Nash was part of the Bashley team which won the Hampshire League back in the mid-1990s.
- “Being part of the Bashley team which won promotion all those years ago was the high point of my club career.