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Full name John Patrick Pratt
Born July 24, 1986, Adelaide, South Australia
Current age 28 years 150 days
Major teams South Australia Under-15s, South Australia Under-17s, South Australia Under-19s
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
He plays club cricket with Prospect and is the captain of their Under 16 Red team. He has twice represented South Australian Primary Schools, and trained with the South Australian Under 14s. He is now a member of the South Australian Secondary Schools Under 15 team for the first national championships played at Buderim in April 2001. He plays Australian football. Schools: Salisbury Primary; Nailsworth Primary; Blackfriars Priory School.
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