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March 14, 2005
Cullinan, who turned 38 last week, told the Cape Argus that while he was still hitting the ball as well as ever, he knew he had made the right decision to retire. "My eyes and hands are good and if I wanted to go on I could," he explained. "But the game has changed, and now is the time to move on."
Cullinan made 70 Test appearances for South Africa, scoring 4554 runs at 44.21 as well as winning 138 ODI caps. He will now concentrate on his work as a television commentator and also his coaching centre in Johannesburg.
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