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    The impact of Covid-19 on international cricket didn't really factor in the thinking of Peter Fulton to step away from his role as Black Caps batting coach

    The impact of Covid-19 on international cricket didn't really factor in the thinking of Peter Fulton to step away from his role as Black Caps batting coach


    After just under a year in the job, Fulton has stepped aside to take up the position as Head Coach of the Canterbury men's side.

    Two Metre Peter says the Black Caps season ahead is reasonably well set in stone despite the global pandemic.



    Fulton says the fact he can be a head coach in his home province is the icing on the cake.

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