Peter Fulton to serve as batting coach of New Zealand after World Cup
Former New Zealand batsman Peter Fulton will take over as a batting coach of New Zealand Cricket team after the upcoming World Cup as current batting coach Craig McMillan to finish his five-year job for personal reasons.
“We’re greatful to have Pete come on board after the World Cup and are certain he will be a solid match for our condition,” New Zealand head coach Gary Stead said. “We had an intensive procedure and used our senior players to help evaluate every one of the applicants.
“Pete clearly has a decent comprehension of batting, yet he additionally exhibited an unmistakable vision for helping our world class batsmen. He’s demonstrated he has the coaching abilities through his work with the New Zealand Under 19s and our winter training squads, while we know from his playing days that he will unquestionably add to our group culture.”
Fulton was also delighted to be the batting coach of New Zealand. “In the same way as other Kiwis, I’ve watched and appreciated the manner in which the group’s gone about their business in recent years and so it’s quite extraordinary to be welcomed once again into the set-up,” Fulton said.
“We’ve clearly got some extremely gifted batsmen in the nation and I’m looking forward to working with them to perceive how they can keep improving their games.”
Fulton played 84 international matches for New Zealand and scored 2,428 runs with 3 centuries and 13 half-centuries. So he has the experience with his name obviously. Fulton was also the Under-19 coach of New Zealand previously.