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Sad Taylor ready to move on from Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's Brendan Taylor celebrates his 100 runs during the Pool B Cricket World Cup match with India at Eden Park in Aucklan, New Zealand, on March 14, 2015Zimbabwe batsman Brendan Taylor says he will miss representing his country after playing his last one-day international against India in Auckland on Saturday but insisted life goes on. The 29-year-old will play for Nottinghamshire in England on a three-year deal which will put his Zimbabwe career on hold — and there is the possibility that he may never turn out for his country again. Asked what he will miss, Taylor replied: “Not wearing the shirt. There have been special times through good and bad,” said Taylor, who smashed a brilliant 138 in his team’s 287 all out against India in their concluding World Cup Pool B match at Eden Park on Saturday.

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