Peter Gordon Fulton is a right handed batsman and a right arm medium bowler with the New Zealand cricket team. He has also played cricket for the Canterbury team.

Peter Fulton started playing first class cricket in 2000. He made his debut in International cricket in One day International match against Bangladesh at Chittagong in 2004. He opened the New Zealand batting side and could only score 9 runs in 10 balls which however consisted of 2 boundaries. He was bowled out by Nazmul Hossain. New Zealand went on to win the match by 138 runs.

In 2006, Fulton played his first test match against the West Indies at Auckland. Fulton hit two boundaries and scored 17 runs in 36 balls before he was caught by Ganga off a ball by Bradshaw in the first innings. In the second innings, Fulton scored 28 runs off 70 balls hitting 3 balls to the boundary and got clean bowled by Edwards. Fulton was accompanied by Jamie How who was also debuting in International test cricket for New Zealand who went on to win the match by 27 runs. Fulton was a part of the 2007 World Cup New Zealand team.

Role All Rounder
Born 1 Feb 1979
Nationality New Zealand New Zealand
Nickname Two-metre Peter
Team History
New Zealand National Cricket Team New Zealand 2004 - 2009

In a total of 49 One day International matches, Fulton has scored 1334 runs with a high score of 112 runs and a strike rate of 72.77 which includes a century and 8 half centuries. He also has a total of 236 runs at a strike rate of 51.86 in the 7 test matches that he has played.

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