Every team has its share of long time players.

If you look at the team of Sale Sharks, some of its players think that it is time to call it quits.

The scrum half of Scotland and Lions would be quitting the game and looking to start a business in making whisky. This season the team performed in a limited manner as Peter Stringer was not in full form. On the other hand, Cusiter announced that he would be retiring from the game. He is thirty three years of age. He has now planned to quit the game and start off an alcohol retail entrepreneurial initiative in Los Angeles.

In his rugby career, he capped 70 times in Scotland. He had also been part of the British and Irish Lions team that had toured in New Zealand in the year 2005. There have been several other rugby teams that he has played for. He had represented teams like Border Reivers, Glasgow Warriors, Perpignan and others. Cusiter joined Sale Sharks in the last lap of his playing career, in the year 2014. Peter Stringer and his form limited his games.

As per his interview feedback, he feels that it is time to move on to trying his other dream ventures. Memories of having played for Scotland seventy times as well as learning rugby at the Robert Gordon’s college have been part of his dream childhood. The tours of New Zealand and being part of the state team have been proud moments for him. Hence, he feels that he has had incredible experiences through rugby. It is now time for him to indulge in his other dream. He feels that Scotch whisky is the best export good of the country and he would like to take up a business in that aspect in America.