Nixon to arrive in India after sorting out passport issue

Edgbaston: Leicestershire captain Paul Nixon needs to renew his passport before he boards the flight to India to play in the Champions League Twenty20 qualifiers having bid adieu to county cricket after victory over Somerset in the Twenty20 final.

"I’ll be 100 percent there. My passport is about to run out so I might have to pay a bit to get a new one but that`s my first job Monday morning," Nixon was quoted as saying by The Guardian.

On winning the final, he said: "It`s been a great journey. Thankfully today it was written in the stars. The timing was right, everything was right. Mr Pollard is a serious player. I was at Trent Bridge when he hit one over the stand. I`ve never seen a six like it. So to catch him was a nice moment."


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