Monday 29 December 2008 

Mark Wagh Commits Future To Nottinghamshire

Mark Wagh Commits Future To Nottinghamshire
Mark Wagh Commits Future To Nottinghamshire
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Mark Wagh has signed a three-year contract extension at Nottinghamshire, a deal which will keep him with the club until the end of the 2012 season.

Former Warwickshire player Wagh was the only Nottinghamshire player to pass 1,000 first-class runs last season and the 32-year-old has had a productive time since his switch from Edgbaston in 2006.

“Mark made a significant contribution last season and we’ll be looking for more of the same in 2009,” Director of Cricket Mick Newell said.

“As a consistent, English-qualified batsmen, he is a player who would be in high demand and both parties were keen on the extension.”

Wagh is currently still recovering from a shoulder injury that affected him at the end of last season.

“I enjoy playing for the club and I’ve got a good relationship with the management so it’s pleasing to have secured a new deal,” said Wagh.

“I’m making good progress with my recovery and I’m looking forward to playing for Notts for at least four more years.”

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