Ex-Proteas star sequestrated

2013-11-28 14:10
Daryll Cullinan (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Former Proteas batsman Daryll Cullinan was sequestrated earlier this month for failing to pay a company for services rendered.

According to the SportLIVE website, the 46-year-old has failed to pay back Azrapix Investments CC R19 300.

In court papers filed in the Johannesburg High Court, Benjamin de Wet said Cullinan owes his company for services rendered in May and June this year.

De Wet said he has become aware of Cullinan's personal circumstances and that he is not in the financial position to make a reasonable and accepted repayment.

De Wet said it would be to the benefit of all creditors if Cullinan's assets are liquidated and made available for distribution to his creditors.

Cullinan's ex-wife, Virginia, claims he has twice taken her to court since their divorce five years ago to seek a reduction in his maintenance payment for their two sons.

Cullinan, widely regarded as one of the most talented cricketers of his generation, played 70 Tests and 138 ODIs for South Africa.

He averaged 44.21 in Tests and 32.99 in ODIs.

Read more on:    cricket

What To Read Next


Read News24’s Comments Policy publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

Comment on this story
Comments have been closed for this article.
Live Video Streaming
Video Highlights
Sport Talk

Love 2 Meet
Sport24 on Twitter

Follow Sport24 news on Twitter


With the Absa Premiership in full swing, who will be crowned champions when all is said and done? Will Mamelodi Sundowns defend their title? Or can Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates or Bidvest Wits mount a serious challenge? Stay glued to Sport24 to find out!

Latest blogs

Under fire Proteas coach Russell Domingo has blamed player workloads and fatigue as the reason for the national team's woeful showing in the Tri Series in the Caribbean. Your thoughts?

Twitter Follow Sport24 on Twitter

Facebook "Like" Sport24's Facebook page

WIN Enter and win with Sport24!

BlackBerry Stay in the loop on your BlackBerry

RSS Feeds Sport news delivered really simply.

There are new stories on the homepage. Click here to see them.