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New South Wales cricket all-rounder Nathan Price has been named the Lord's Taverners Indigenous Cricketer of the Year for 2012-13, receiving the award at Cricket Australia's State Cricket Awards in Hobart last week.
Price dominated the 2012 Imparja Cup, compiling 287 runs at an average of 57.4 to go along with seven wickets at an average of 10.3 at the Twenty20 competition.
It was this performance...
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