The former Batsman nurse in the West Indies dies away

JAMAICA: Former The Batsman From The West Indies Seymour Nurse, Who Played 29 Tests Between 1960 And 1969, Died After A Long-term Illness. He Was 85.

Nurse Scored 2523 Runs On An Average Of 47.60, Including Six Hundred And Ten Half Century. The Middle Order Batsman Van Barbados Made 9489 Runs In 141 First-Class Matches At 43.93.

Former West Indian Opener Desmond Haynes Shared The News Or Nurse's Demise In A Facebook Post.

" My Coach My Mentor, We All From The Hill Area Love This Man, We Used To Walk Like Seymour Bat Like Him And Try To Talk Like Him. Glory," Haynes Wrote.

Nurse Made His Test Debut Against England In 1960, Scoring 70 In The First Innings. In His Second Test, Hero At Melbourne In December 1960, Another 70 Though Australia Scored The Game By Seven Wickets.

After Featuring In A Test Against India In 1962 At Port Of Spain, Nurse Didn't Play Another Game For The West Indies Until 1965 Due To Injuries. He Could Only Cement His Place In The Team In 1966 When He Scored Four Fifties And A Hundred In A Five-Test Series In England.

He Was Also Named Wisden Cricket Player Of The Year In 1967.