Thatscricket - News - Julian quits to pursue television career
Published: Wednesday, June 27, 2001, 16:59 [IST]
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Perth: Former Australian Test all-rounder Brendon Julian said on Thursday he had quit representative cricket to pursue a television career.The 30-year-old West Australian, who made two Ashes tours of England but played only seven Tests in a 12-year career, will be a reporter on a travel program.Four of Julian's Tests were as part of Mark Taylor's side, which recaptured the Frank Worrell Trophy in the West Indies in 1995. He took 15 Test wickets at 39.93 with his left-arm pace bowling and averaged 16 runs with the bat.In first class cricket, Julian made 4,074 runs at 25.46 and took 434 wickets at 30.56.