Peter McGlashan

Role Wicket Keeper
Born Jun 22, 1979
Nationality New Zealand New Zealand
Team History
Northern Districts Knights Northern Districts Knights 2003 - 2012
New Zealand National Cricket Team New Zealand 2009
Otago Volts Otago Volts 2002 - 2003
Central Districts 2000 - 2002
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Peter McGlashan is a wicketkeeper and right handed batsman in the New Zealand cricket team. He has also played for teams like Otago and Central Districts.

Peter McGlashan has represented New Zealand in only 2 Twenty20 Internationals. The first of these was played on 22nd December 2006 at Wellington (Westpac Stadium) against Sri Lanka. In this match, he batted at the No. 7 position and scored 5 runs in 12 balls. This match was won by Sri Lanka by 18 runs by Duckworth-Lewis method. The second match was played also against Sri Lanka at Auckland (Eden Park) on 26th December 2006. As a wicketkeeper, he took 2 catches. He was assigned the No. 6 batting position where he scored 2 runs after facing 4 deliveries. New Zealand won this match by 5 wickets with 9 balls to spare.

Career Highlights

Peter McGlashan appeared in 15 Twenty20 matches in which he accumulated 342 runs with 94 as his highest score. His batting average was 26.30 and batting strike rate was 138.46 and he smashed 10 sixers, 33 fours and 1 fifty. As a wicketkeeper, he caught 6 batsmen and stumped 4 batsmen. In first class cricket, he has taken 101 catches and has stumped 7 batsmen.

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