Ashwell Gavin Prince is a cricketer from (Port Elizabeth) South Africa who plays for South Africa, Eastern Province, Mumbai Indians, Nottinghamshire, Warriors, Africa XI, Lancashire, Western Province and Western Province Boland. He is a left-handed middle order batsman and has a high-batted stance. He plays the Test series as well as One Day Internationals. At the age of 29, Ashwell became the first non-white man to captain the South African cricket team. He made his first-class debut on October 1995, playing for Province B against Griqualand West B and played his first match for the full Eastern Province team on 1st Decemeber. In 2009, Prince signed a contract to play for Lancashire County Cricket Club the English season, acting as a cover for V. V. S. Laxman. Ashwell has also played two seasons for English cricket team Morecambe Cricket Club in his earlier career. His Last ODI was on 25th April 2007 against Australia and his last Test on 29th December 2011 against Sri Lanka. Through out of the all matches his top score in FC is 254 and Test is 162*.
Petersen and Prince's partnership of 501 runs - Highest between two South Africans in First-Class cricket history
501 runs were added for the third wicket by the pair of Alviro Peterson and Ashwell Peterson, both South Africans, in a County Championship match for Lancashire against Glamorgan at Colwyn Bay in England. Alviro Peterson scored 286 and Ashwell Prince 261 to reach this milestone.
Ashwell Prince and Alviro Petersen smash records in county cricket
Alviro Petersen and Ashwell Prince piled on a record 501 runs partnership for the third wicket in English county match at the Colwyn Bay Cricket Club Ground. The Lancashire’s batsmen reached the feat while playing against Glamorgan.
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