Peter Brown is a very experienced wicket-keeper batsman who now works for the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) as the North West Country Cricket Manager. His role is to support the growth in cricket participation and manage programs and infrastructure within the North West of South Australia. He is also the director of the Port Adelaide Cricket Club Junior Academy.
Having grown up in Darwin before relocating to Adelaide to play his cricket, Peter played a lot of junior club and representative cricket Cricket Mentoring founder Tom Scollay and spin bowling mentor Ryan James.
During his playing days, Peter amassed 93 1st-grade matches in Premier Cricket where he played as a wicket-keeper and top order batter. During his junior days, Peter was a Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy Scholarship Holder and was coached by the likes of Justin Langer, Ian Healy & Matthew Elliott.
“I am passionate about passing on my experience to all cricketers to assist in their development to reach their full potential.
Specifically regional located I am looking to help break down the distance/resource barrier to ensure all cricketers I mentor get the best possible opportunity to play at the highest level, understanding the difficulties of living regionally I can relate to the mental challenges of chasing the cricket dream.”