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Peter Lever
Personal information
Full namePeter Lever
Born (1940-09-17) 17 September 1940 (age 78)
Todmorden, Yorkshire, England
BattingRight-hand bat
BowlingRight-arm fast-medium
RelationsColin Lever (brother) Laura Lever (granddaughter) Emily Lever (granddaughter) Rachael Lever (daughter)
Career statistics
Competition Tests ODIs
Matches 17 10
Runs scored 350 17
Batting average 21.87 17.00
100s/50s –/2 –/–
Top score 88* 8*
Balls bowled 3571 440
Wickets 41 11
Bowling average 36.80 23.72
5 wickets in innings 2
10 wickets in match n/a
Best bowling 6/38 4/35
Catches/stumpings 11/– 2/–
Source: Cricinfo, 1 January 2006

Peter Lever (born 17 September 1940, Todmorden, Yorkshire, England)[1] is a former English cricketer, who played in seventeen Tests and ten ODIs for England from 1970 to 1975. He was a successful wicket taker, taking 41 victims from those seventeen Tests, and a handy batsman with a top score of 88 not out. Towards the end of his career, during a Test match against New Zealand, he almost killed debutant Ewen Chatfield with a bouncer.[2]

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Lever, whose brother Colin was also a successful cricketer, played for Lancashire and Tasmania in a successful first-class career of 301 matches from 1960 until 1976, which yielded Lever 796 wickets and 3,534 runs.[2] The inclusion of John Snow, Jeff Jones, David Brown and Ken Higgs in the England team delayed Lever's debut until, when aged 30, he played against Australia at Perth on 1 December 1970.[2] He managed two with the bat, but took one wicket in each innings.[3]

Lever could deliver a dangerous bouncer, despite his gentle nature. Both were in evidence during a Test match between New Zealand and England in 1975 at Eden Park, Auckland, when New Zealand number 11 Ewen Chatfield was struck on the temple by one of Lever's bouncers. Chatfield's life was saved by the England team physiotherapist who performed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and heart massage.[4] Lever, in abject horror, fell to his knees, and had to be helped off the pitch by his team-mates.[1][5] Lever went on to take 41 wickets in international cricket, at 36.80 and including best bowling figures of 6/38, before his final Test ended on 5 August 1975 during another Ashes tour, Australia facing England at Lord's.[2]

Lever also played ten One Day Internationals, including the 1975 Cricket World Cup, taking 11 wickets but scoring only 17 runs. His ODI debut was also against Australia, at Melbourne on 5 January 1971, and his last match was at Headingley, Leeds, again against Australia, on 18 June 1975. This gives Lever the unusual distinction of having played both his debut, and last match, against Australia during Ashes tours, in both the Test and one day form of the game.[2]

His domestic career continued to 1976 in first-class cricket, and until 1983 in List-A.[2] He then went on to become a coach at his old domestic club, Lancashire.[6]

He now helps coach all teams at Lewdown Cricket Club in Devon.[7]

See also


  1. ^ a b Bateman, Colin (1993). If The Cap Fits. Tony Williams Publications. p. 110. ISBN 1-869833-21-X.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Peter Lever at CricInfo retrieved 24 April 2008
  3. ^ 1970 Ashes, 2nd Test, England v Australia at Perth at CricInfo retrieved 24 April 2008
  4. ^ "Ewen Chatfield". cricinfo. Retrieved 20 July 2016.
  5. ^ "New Zealand v England at Auckland, Feb 20-25, 1975 match photos". cricinfo. The Cricketer International. Retrieved 20 July 2016.
  6. ^ Agnew, Jonathan, I'd pay to watch... BBC News retrieved 24 April 2008
  7. ^ Officials at Lewdown Cricket Club, retrieved 6 July 2009

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