Full name Percie Chater Charlton
Born April 9, 1867, Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales
Died September 30, 1954, Pymble, Sydney, New South Wales (aged 87 years 174 days)
Major teams Australia, New South Wales
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Relation Nephew - CJ Tozer
|Test debut||England v Australia at Lord's, Jul 21-23, 1890 scorecard|
|Last Test||England v Australia at The Oval, Aug 11-12, 1890 scorecard|
|First-class span||1888/89 - 1897/98|
Percie Chater Charlton, who died at Sydney on September 30, aged 87, was a member of the Australian team which visited England under W. L. Murdoch in 1890, taking part in two Test Matches. During the tour he scored 534 runs, average 14.30, and with fast-medium bowling took 42 wickets, average 19.04. He played his early cricket for the Ivanhoe and Belvedere clubs in Sydney, N.S.W., and first achieved prominence when, for Eighteen Sydney Juniors in 1888, he took seven wickets, including that of Shrewsbury, against Shaw, Shrewsbury and James Lillywhite's English team. Ill-health limited his first-class career.
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