Nick Compton has represented England at the highest level, playing in 13 test matches as a top order batsmen scoring over 700 runs. 'Compo' made his international debut in 2012 and has toured, India, New Zealand, South Africa and Sri Lanka with the national side, with one of his highlights scoring back to back centuries against New Zealand, finishing the series with an average of 46.40. Nick has enjoyed a career with Somerset, Marleybone CC, Mashonaland Eagles and two very successful spells with Middlesex. Nick has scored almost 7,000 runs in just under 200 appearances for Middlesex, including 13 centuries. In recognition of his achievements with the club, Nick has been awarded a Testimonial year in 2018. In 2012, whilst playing for Somerset, Nick was awarded the prestigious PCA Player of the Year award, and the following year was recognised as one of Wisden's Five Cricketers of the Year.
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In 2007, at the age of 36, Paul was called in to the England squad and represented his country at T20 and One-Day International level, winning a series against Australia and New Zealand, before starring in the World Cup in the West Indies. Nixon retired from the game in 2011 after leading Leicestershire to the T20 title and a place in the Champions League T20 qualifying stage.