Tag Archives: Jonathan Trott

Simon Hughes: Trott is problem more than solution

Jonathan Trott is easily the leading one-day run scorer in the world this calendar year. Only a couple of players are even close to his 1100-plus runs in that format since November last year. And yet he remains as much … Continue reading

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Eng v Ind live: Trott, Finn in. England bowl; 4th ODI, Lord’s

Jonathan Trott retains his place in the one-day side ahead of Samit Patel. The wicket looks green, England are bowling first after winning the toss and the sun is shining. So that’s the basics – but there is an end-of-season … Continue reading

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Marcus Trescothick: England today much better than 2005 team

Much as it thrilled me to be part of a fantastic England team who won the Ashes in 2005, I have to say that the current side is better in most departments. The batting unit is stronger because of the experience … 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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John Emburey: Time for Broad to grow to full maturity

The absence of the injured Jimmy Anderson from England’s next two Tests against Sri Lanka, at Lord’s and at the Rose Bowl, could be the catalyst for the final growth to cricketing maturity of Stuart Broad. There were signs at … 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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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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Collingwood or Trott. Or both? Lawrence Booth

England have a problem, and I’m not talking about the fact they still need to win three in a row in Australia to avoid a first series defeat in any form of the game since September 2009. No, the problem … Continue reading

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