Peter Forman played 16 First-Class games for Nottinghamshire as an amateur between 1959 and 1962, making his debut in a County Championship match against Yorkshire at Middlesbrough – scoring 4 and 9 and took his first wicket in the second innings.

He was a right-hand low-order batsman, played primarily for his orthodox left-arm spin, from West Bridgford who was educated at Oakham School where he played in the First XI in 1949-51, skippering them in his final year. He joined the Trent Bridge squad in 1959 to play Second XI cricket as well as his first-team forays, captaining the Seconds in 1961.

In his First-Class career, Forman took 40 wickets at 32.27, with a best return of 5-73 versus Glamorgan in 1962; he made 180 runs at 10.58 with a top score of 26.

Peter Ralph Forman was born on 9 March 1934; his father, Ralph had played Second Eleven cricket for Notts in the 1920s. 

June 2020

Nottinghamshire First-Class Number: 417

See Peter Forman's career stats here