Fulton calls time
12:00 AM, April 05, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:48 PM, April 05, 2017

Fulton calls time

Former New Zealand batsman Peter Fulton retired on Tuesday after a 16-year first-class career that was highlighted by two stints in the international arena.

The towering 38-year-old, nicknamed 'Two-Metre Peter', made his first class debut in the 2000/01 domestic season and played 121 times for Canterbury, 66 of which were as captain.

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Fulton made his international debut in a one-dayer in 2004 against Bangladesh and had a roller-coaster ride for New Zealand, making the test side in 2006 as a middle-order batsmen and accumulating just 10 appearances in nearly four years before dropping out of contention.

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