He said that his decision to smack England fast bowler Stuart Broad for six when he was on 99 was pre-planned.
For the record, Fulton has joined the likes of Glenn Turner, Geoff Howarth and Andrew Jones as dual centurions in the same test.
According to stuff.co.nz, Fulton, 34, has had a golden summer. It began with doubts over whether he would play international cricket again, and at the end, he has scored 1249 first-class runs, second only to Martin Crowe's 1676 in 1986-87.
A tour of England and an extended stay in the Test side now seems assured.
--ANI (Posted on 26-03-2013)