Peter Arnold

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Peter Arnold (born 16 October 1926) in Wellington, New Zealand, was a right-handed batsmen and also bowled right-arm medium.

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His cricket career spanned between 1951 and 1960. He played for Canterbury (New Zealand) and Northamptonshire. He played in 174 first class games. He scored 8,013 runs at an average of 27.53. His highest score was 122 and he scored 7 centuries in total. He also took 3 wickets at an average of 28.33. He also took 79 catches.

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