New Zealand is all set to witness a change in their current coaching staff as the former Kiwi cricketer Peter Fulton will be joining the national team after the conclusion of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament.
The Christchurch born honed his skills after working with the Under-19 team and winter training squads and now he is meant to replace his countryman Craig McMillan who enjoyed a successful stint with the national team. Senior cricketers along with new entrants admired the influence the 42-year old made on their batting prowess.
Head coach Gary Stead believes that Fulton contains a plethora of experience with which he would be adding tremendous value to the national team. Fulton, a veteran of 23 Tests, 49 ODIs and 12 T20Is, himself sits extremely jubilated with the opportunity as he takes pride in serving New Zealand’s team in any capacity. The 40-year old will officially begin his duty from August 1.