Category Archives: Jonathan Trott

Jonathan Trott: Drinking nearly killed my career

England’s Jonathan Trott says that cutting out alcohol has helped him become one of the world’s most successful batsmen. In an exclusive interview in the August issue of The Cricketer, out on Friday 15, Trott reveals the affect that alcohol … Continue reading

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Trott takes chance to return to county T20 action

Warwickshire will be boosted by the return of England batsman and recently crowned player of the year Jonathan Trott for their crunch Friends Life t20 match against Yorkshire at Edgbaston on Friday June 24. Trott has been included in England’s … Continue reading

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Trott is England’s essential ingredient: John Stern

A little self-deprecating humour can go a long way to winning over a sceptical audience. After receiving England’s player of the year award at Lord’s last night, Jonathan Trott was asked by Nasser Hussain about his relationship with Alastair Cook: … Continue reading

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Eng v SL live: England build commanding lead, Cardiff, day four, evening

Trott and Bell continue home side’s dominance on another shortened day Close: First Test, day four, Cardiff Match score: England 491-5 (Bell 98*, Morgan 14*; Cook 133, Trott 203) lead Sri Lanka 400 (Paranavitana 66, Dilshan 50, P Jayawardene 112) … Continue reading

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Eng v SL live: Cook and Trott dominate, Cardiff, day three, evening

England’s Ashes winners cash in against modest Sri Lankan attack Close: First Test, day three, Cardiff Match score: England 287-2 (Cook 129*, Trott 125*) trail Sri Lanka 400 (Paranavitana 66, Dilshan 50, P Jayawardene 112) by 113 runs Full scorecard … Continue reading

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Eng v SL live: Cook ploughs on, Cardiff, day three, afternoon

Ashes-winning batsmen pick up where they left off in the winter Tea: First Test, day three, Cardiff Match score: England 148-2 (Cook 71*, Trott 49*) trail Sri Lanka 400 (Paranavitana 66, Dilshan 50, P Jayawardene 112) by 252 runs Full … Continue reading

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Trott energised by return to county cricket

England batsman Jonathan Trott has insisted that his three Championship appearances for Warwickshire this month will not be net sessions for England’s Test series against Sri Lanka. Trott will make his first appearance of the season against Lancashire at Edgbaston … Continue reading

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I’m far from being the finished article: Trott

England batsman Jonathan Trott believes that there is further improvement in his game despite a memorable year which has seen him enter cricket’s Hall of Fame as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year. Trott joins Nottinghamshire captain Chris … Continue reading

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Simon Hughes: Trott a symbol of England’s failings

That Jonathan Trott has scored more runs than anyone else in the World Cup (422) but less boundaries than the next 10 in the list is an interesting statistic. He has been England’s mainstay with the bat in the competition, … Continue reading

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Exhausted England endure mental torture

England’s struggles against the Netherlands in their first World Cup match indicate not so much their inadequacy – or Holland’s improvement – but more the huge mental exertion they expended to win the Ashes in Australia. We all had an … Continue reading

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