Ashley Renaldo Nurse commonly known as Ashley Nurse is a right-arm off break spin bowler who represented West Indies Cricket Team in One Day International and T20I. He has played his first-class, List A and T20 cricket for Barbados. He has not been so regular in West Indian Cricket as he made his T20I debut on April 21, 2011, against Pakistan and has just played 13 T20 Internationals so far.
Ashley named in the Montreal Tiger Squad for the Global T20 Canada tournament in June 2018. In April 2019, he was named in the West Indies’ squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. The off-break spin bowler rarely provides breakthrough at crucial times for his team. He is a very economical bowler and especially WI captain uses his spell in middle overs.
Ashley represented his national side in One Day and Twenty20 format. He appeared in 54 ODI’s taking 49 wickets in his short career. He played just 13 Twenty20I in his career so far but hasn’t been successful. Ashley has just eight wickets in his limited-overs cricket format. He got a lot of experience but hardly gets the chance of playing as West Indies has the number of replacements.
Ashley got a great experience from first-class, List A and his T20 cricket leagues experience. He has more than 350 wickets in his cricket career in the domestic structure of West Indies Cricket. Except for Caribbean Premier League, he got a chance of playing in Global T20 Canada.
His wickets are almost equal to his number of matches he played so far. Surprisingly he is still playing in ODI for West Indies. He may be good at the shorter format as he bowls some dot deliveries and can save his team from huge totals but his presence in longer format has not been impressive so far.
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|Full Name||Ashley Renaldo Nurse|
|Date of Birth||22 December 1988 Christ Church, Barbados|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm off-break|
|ODI Debut||16 November 2016 v Sri Lanka (cap 176)|
|T20 Debut||21 April 2011 v Pakistan (cap 45)|
|Major Teams||West Indies, Barbados, Barbados Tridents, Combined Campuses and Colleges, Montreal Tigers, Trinbago Knight Riders, West Indies A|