Peter Neville Biography
Peter Michael Nevill is an Australian cricketer who primarily plays for New South Wales.
He presently plays majorly for two teams i.e. New South Wales and Sydney Sixers.
He has been previously contracted for Melbourne Renegades.
He made his First-class debut for Victoria against New South Wales at Melbourne, Feb 15-17, 2009. He has a fairly good career at the First class level.
He has a fairly well performance in his domestic cricket career while he has barely represented Australian team except for few tournaments.
Nevill made his Test debut against England at Lord's on July 16, 2015. He made his debut in the second Test, after Brad Haddin was unable to play due to family issues.
He performed quite well at his debut ending up taking 7 catches and scoring a fairly decent 45 in his first Test knock. He also managed to make 57 in his second match of the same series.
He made his T20 debut against South Africa at Kingsmead on Mar 04, 2016.
Rise and Achievements
He made his career best during the 2014-2015 season back in Sheffield Shield i.e. his highest first-class score - 235. Nevill scored 570 runs at 51.81 in the 2011-12 season and ended the season fairly well.
In a series against Sri Lanka in July 2016, Peter Nevill made a record along with Steve O'Keefe for the slowest partnership in the history of test cricket for any wicket with a scoring rate of just 0.13 for the 9th wicket. He was dropped from the Test side in 2016.
Nevill has captained a Cricket Australia Invitational XI against the team touring England side in 2013-14. He also made his Sheffield Shield captaincy bow in the same month.