If West Indies hold out on the final day of the fifth Test to secure their first series win over England in 11 years they will have a little man from Attadale, Western Australia to thank.
Brendan Nash scored his maiden Test century on Monday to help his team to 544 all out, two short of England's first innings.
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Nash's composed and resilient innings
gave West Indies a great chance of defending their 1-0 lead in the series and rewarded the 31-year-old for years of unheralded play.
"It's been many years of hard work to finally get the opportunity, to be there on 98 and 99 was very nervous. But I got there in the end so I'm very happy with that," said Nash, who spent seven balls on 99.