Opening batsman Chris Nash hit 102 not out to ensure Sussex batted out for a draw against Surrey at Arundel.
Sussex vice-captain Chris Nash has signed a new two-year extension at The PROBIZ County Ground.
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Ed Joyce has been named as Sussex captain for the 2013 season with Chris Nash as his vice-captain.
Chris Nash has signed a new contract with Sussex that keeps him with the county until 2014.
Sussex completed a 148-run thrashing of Holland in the Clydesdale Bank 40 to go two points clear at the top of Group A .
Sussex took just 56 minutes to complete an eight-wicket win over Somerset on day four of their clash at Hove.
In-form Sussex recorded an eight-wicket win over Derbyshire to go top of Clydesdale Bank 40 Group A.
Chris Nash has extended his Sussex contract until the end of the 2013 season.
Sussex celebrated their top-flight return by crushing Northants with a day to spare for their eighth win of the season.
Monty Panesar took 4-67 as Sussex claimed victory by an innings and 109 runs over Derbyshire.
Chris Nash produced career-best figures to boost Sussex to a 201- run victory over Glamorgan in Cardiff.
Nottinghamshire claimed second place in the LV County Championship Division One after beating relegated Sussex by 35 runs.
Sussex and Yorkshire drew at Hove, a result that ensured both teams avoided relegation from Division One.
Mark Ramprakash's prolonged declaration on day four saw his side's winless streak continue as they drew with Sussex.
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