When Aggers met Stu ... or was it Simon?

Reporter’s highlight of 2012: Gareth Le Prevost joins his brother in the TMS commentary box...

An embarrassed Jonathan Agnew is informed by Stuart Le Prevost during a live Test Match Special interview in Abu Dhabi that the Guernsey manager Pete Vidamour had hit the TMS commentator and former England paceman for six at the College Field back in the 1980s. (Picture by Gareth Le Prevost, 1291616)
An embarrassed Jonathan Agnew is informed by Stuart Le Prevost during a live Test Match Special interview in Abu Dhabi that the Guernsey manager Pete Vidamour had hit the TMS commentator and former England paceman for six at the College Field back in the 1980s. (Picture by Gareth Le Prevost, 1291616)

Reporter’s highlight of 2012: Gareth Le Prevost joins his brother in the TMS commentary box...

THERE are certain perks to having an international cricket captain as your brother, especially if you work in the media.

Okay, Guernsey might not be as dominant a cricketing power as England or Pakistan, but we are an ICC member nation and that brings with it some benefits.

One such occasion came on Monday 13 February during the interval of the One-Day International between the English and Pakistani sides at the Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi where the island skipper became a guest of BBC radio’s flagship cricket programme Test Match Special.

The Guernsey squad had stopped off in the United Arab Emirates for a warm-weather training camp on their way to the World Cricket League Division Five tournament in Singapore.