Mullally started his cricketing career with Western Australia but qualified to play for England due to being born in Southend.
He joined Leicestershire in 1990 after a brief stint with Hampshire in 1988 and returned to the south coast in 2000 where he made an immediate impact, sharing the wicket-taking duties with Shane Warne.
Mullally played 19 Tests for England but was regarded as more of a one-day specialist and played in 50 limited-overs internationals, including the 1999 World Cup.
Due to his low economy rate, at one stage he was second in the list of leading bowlers in ODIs.
Although not known for his talents with the bat, his score of 16 against Australia in the 1998/99 Ashes series helped England to a famous 12-run victory.
Announced his decision to retire at the end of the 2005 season due to an ankle injury.