|DOB||22nd Dec 1957|
|Junior Club||Kooringal Magpies Wagga Wagga|
|Debut||1977: Round 8 vs Penrith|
Peter Mortimer joined Canterbury in 1977 as a centre.
The brother of Steve and Chris Mortimer, Peter became a regular member of the first grade team when Peter O'Neill was relegated.
In 1978, Peter played in the Preliminary Semi-Final against Parramatta.
In 1979, Peter played his only game for NSW against Great Britain and played in the Grand Final against St George.
In 1980, Peter was relegated for Greg Brentnall and after spending most of the season in reserve grade, was recalled when Stan Cutler broke his ankle in the finals. Peter played in the Premiership winning team against Easts (Roosters).
In 1981, Peter played every game that season and into 1982, had played 49 consecutive games.
In 1983, Peter started the season as reserve grade captain and was a regular member of the reserve grade team for most of the season.
He returned to first grade when Greg Brentnall was injured and his brother Chris was moved to fullback. Peter played in the Preliminary Final against Parramatta.
After breaking his arm early in the 1984 season, Peter returned to secure a first grade wing position after Chris Anderson was unavailable due to injury. Peter played in the Premiership winning team in 1984.
In 1985, Peter played in every game of the season including the Premiership winning team against St George on the wing.
In 1986, Peter started the season in first grade but was injured mid-season and returned in reserve grade just before the finals.
Peter was again injured at the start of the 1987 season but returned to play his last games as centre.
Peter was a Marketing Manager and then Chief Executive at Cronulla in the early 1990s.
Peter served on the Football Club board in 2003 and 2004.
In 2004 Peter was nominated for the Berries to Bulldogs Team of Champions and is a Life Member of the Football Club.