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"Big cheese, faithful lieutenant"
Let's be honest, Matt Prior had a stinker of a summer. In seven Test matches against New Zealand and Australia he failed to hit even a solitary half century. His wicket-keeping remained at a decent level, but his batting fell off a cliff. And yet Prior is the current England player of the year. How can this be? Prior has been exceptional for several years now but in 2012/13 he was even better than normal. Playing a major role in beating India in India and then saving the day in Auckland to make sure that England didn't lose a series they were expected to win. Prior is the ultimate team man, keeping his team-mates up in the field and putting an arm round them if necessary off it. It is why he is the vice captain and it is why he is rightly considered the heartbeat of the team. The lack of runs in 2013 shouldn't bother him too much, he already has seven Test tons to prove he is some player. The father of three is a self-confessed cycling badger, taking on the hills and winding roads whenever possible imagining himself to be Sir Bradley Wiggins in the yellow jersey. Nicknamed "Cheese" his love of stylish clothes leads to occasional imitation from team-mates, as well as plenty of abuse.
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11 Dec 13
All the action two days out from the third Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test
Records made to be broken: Prior
End of an English dynasty?
10 Dec 13
09 Dec 13
Matt Prior has given the English fans something to cheer about early on day five, notching a half-century in good time.
An entertaining Prior innings comes to an end; the English keeper falling to another good catch in the deep.
07 Dec 13
Matthew Prior gone for a duck after edging Mitchell Johnson behind to Brad Haddin
Wade handed Shield suspension
17 Nov 13
Finn backs Bairstow with gloves
13 Nov 13
CricketAus RT @SkyCricket: Tea: Australia 220-5 (Smith 58* Haddin 35*). Two more wickets in that session for England but Australia have battled back f…
CricketAus @SarahSimons18 Hi Sarah, see the tweets from @CAComms
CricketAus Great start from @stevesmith49 at the WACA. Here are the highlights from his knock so far: http://t.co/w9qw1hdal1 #Ashes #uniteAus
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