YORKSHIRE’S Joe Root finally found his feet on tour with the England Lions, but could not prevent them from slipping to a series defeat against Bangladesh A.
The home side took a 3-1 lead in the five match series with a six wicket success at Sylhet.
Imrul Kayes hit an unbeaten 131-ball 110 as Bangladesh ensured success with one game to spare.
The Lions posted 208 all out with two balls of their 50 overs remaining with Root top scoring for the tourists with 81.
The 21-year-old from Sheffield kept the Lions competitive before falling to a Nazmul Hossain catch off the bowling of Mosharraf Hossain.
His Yorkshire teammate Jonny Bairstow also played his part with a knock of 35 before being caught and bowled by Gazi and Jos Buttler delivered a quick-fire 41 late in the innings before the Somerset batsman was run out.
Bangladesh A knocked the off the runs inside 46 overs with Kayes – a veteran of 48 one-day internationals – hitting nine fours and three sixes.
The final ODI takes place tomorrow again in Sylhet ahead of two Twenty20 internationals in Dhaka.
Nottinghamshire have announced a record profit of £542,210 for the year to September 30.
Chief executive Derek Brewer said: “It has been a good year and it reflects well on everybody at the club.”
Trent Bridge won the right to host Ashes Tests in 2013 and 2015, an India Test match in 2014 and one-day internationals against New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Pakistan from 2013 to 2016.