Charles Prickett

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Charles Prickett was an English cricketer who made two first-class appearances for Kent in 1826.

Prickett's two first-class matches came just a week apart, both against Sussex. In his debut, despite scoring a duck in the first innings, he made his best score of 7 in the second.

His second fixture saw Kent win comfortably, with Prickett in the opening position in the order. Despite losing opening batting partner John Noakes for a duck in the second innings, Prickett finished not out, as the team scored a nine-wicket victory.

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