Full name Peter Michael Toohey
Born April 20, 1954, Blayney, New South Wales
Current age 61 years 102 days
Major teams Australia, New South Wales
Batting style Right-hand bat
|Test debut||Australia v India at Brisbane, Dec 2-6, 1977 scorecard|
|Last Test||Australia v West Indies at Melbourne, Dec 29, 1979 - Jan 1, 1980 scorecard|
|ODI debut||West Indies v Australia at St John's, Feb 22, 1978 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Australia v England at Melbourne, Feb 7, 1979 scorecard|
|First-class span||1974/75 - 1983/84|
|List A span||1974/75 - 1983/84|
Peter Toohey was a diminutive middle-order batsman from New South Wales who played 15 Tests for Australia in the Packer years. A right-hander with a touch of Doug Walters about him, he started well in 1977-78, with two fine half-centuries on debut against India at Brisbane, and a magnificent double of 122 and 97 in Jamaica, just weeks after he was hit in the face by an Andy Roberts bouncer. But England exposed him the following winter, and in five Tests, Toohey made two 0s, three 1s, and only one fifty.
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