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Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

8 (6) vs MUM-C, T20
32 (16) vs V-UP, T20
13 (4) vs CHT-W, T20
6 (7) vs MT, T20
12 (5) *vs GG, T20
26 (12) vs MT, T20
41 (25) *vs UH, T20
34 (20) vs BK, T20
10 (6) vs TC, D. T10
16 (12) *vs NYW, D. T10
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
CPL
WC ODI
Matches54
Innings40
Runs502
100s0
50s0
HS44
SR97.86
Avg19.31
Fours44
Sixes12
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:West Indies vs Sri Lanka at Harare - November 16, 2016

Teams played for

West Indies Barbados Tridents West Indies A West Indies Cricket Board President XI UWI Vice Chancellors XI Trinbago Knight Riders Montreal Tigers

About Ashley Nurse

NameAshley Nurse
GenderMale
Birth22 Dec 1988
Birth PlaceChrist Church, Barbados
Height6 ft 4 in
NationalityWest Indian

One of the most dependable spinners and a useful lower-order batsman, Ashley Nurse is a professional cricketer for West Indies. Nurse announced his arrival in the domestic structure in 2007 when he was just a teenager and gradually progressed into the 'A' side and then earned his maiden call-up from West Indies in 2011.... continue reading

Player Bio

One of the most dependable spinners and a useful lower-order batsman, Ashley Nurse is a professional cricketer for West Indies. Nurse announced his arrival in the domestic structure in 2007 when he was just a teenager and gradually progressed into the 'A' side and then earned his maiden call-up from West Indies in 2011.

The Barbados-born made his international debut in 2011 against Pakistan in a T20I but he failed to fix a place for himself in the squad for a prolonged time. He bounced back with vengeance in 2016 as a member of the ODI team and picked up three wickets in the ODI debut against Sri Lanka. Stiff competition from mystery spinners like Sunil Narine and Samuel Badree made the way tough for Nurse in the initial years of his career.

Nurse broke through the playing XI after his debut but injury halted his progress in late 2018. He is yet to make a comeback to the West Indies squad since his injury but has been a regular feature for Barbados in white-ball cricket. 

The Barbados-born spinner was a part of his home side Tridents since the inaugural edition of the Caribbean Premier League(CPL) but in 2017, he was drafted into the Knight Riders after Mehedi Hasan left for national duty. A highly competitive cricketer, Nurse has a few prime years on his watch to make a comeback to the national side but faces tough competition from the likes of Hayden Walsh, Akeal Hossain and Kevin Sinclair.

(As of August 2021)