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Marcus Trescothick      

Full name Marcus Edward Trescothick

Born December 25, 1975, Keynsham, Somerset

Current age 39 years 148 days

Major teams England, Somerset

Nickname Banger, Tresco

Playing role Opening batsman

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium

Fielding position Occasional wicketkeeper

Height 6 ft 3 in

Education Sir Bernard Lovell School

Marcus Edward Trescothick
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 76 143 10 5825 219 43.79 10685 54.51 14 29 831 42 95 0
ODIs 123 122 6 4335 137 37.37 5087 85.21 12 21 528 41 49 0
T20Is 3 3 0 166 72 55.33 131 126.71 0 2 23 1 2 0
First-class 332 570 30 22484 284 41.63 56 111 461 0
List A 372 357 29 12229 184 37.28 28 63 149 0
Twenty20 85 83 5 2335 108* 29.93 1533 152.31 2 17 300 80 29 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 76 10 300 155 1 1/34 1/34 155.00 3.10 300.0 0 0 0
ODIs 123 13 232 219 4 2/7 2/7 54.75 5.66 58.0 0 0 0
T20Is 3 - - - - - - - - - - - -
First-class 332 2704 1551 36 4/36 43.08 3.44 75.1 0 0
List A 372 2010 1644 57 4/50 4/50 28.84 4.90 35.2 1 0 0
Twenty20 85 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career statistics
Test debut England v West Indies at Manchester, Aug 3-7, 2000 scorecard
Last Test England v Pakistan at The Oval, Aug 17-21, 2006 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debut England v Zimbabwe at The Oval, Jul 8, 2000 scorecard
Last ODI England v Pakistan at Southampton, Sep 5, 2006 scorecard
ODI statistics
T20I debut England v Australia at Southampton, Jun 13, 2005 scorecard
Last T20I England v Pakistan at Bristol, Aug 28, 2006 scorecard
T20I statistics
First-class debut 1993
Last First-class Nottinghamshire v Somerset at Nottingham, May 17-19, 2015 scorecard
List A debut 1993
Last List A Surrey v Somerset at The Oval, Aug 20, 2014 scorecard
Twenty20 debut Somerset v Northamptonshire at Taunton, Jul 15, 2004 scorecard
Last Twenty20 Somerset v Sussex at Taunton, May 22, 2015 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0c/0s, 17 Somerset v Sussex Taunton 22 May 2015 T20
0, 0 Somerset v Notts Nottingham 17 May 2015 FC
10, 0 Somerset v Worcs Worcester 3 May 2015 FC
140, 76 Somerset v Middlesex Taunton 26 Apr 2015 FC
11, 0 Somerset v Durham Taunton 12 Apr 2015 FC
27 Somerset v Durham MCCU Taunton 2 Apr 2015 FC
4 Somerset v Glamorgan Taunton 23 Mar 2015 Other
66, 44 Somerset v Yorkshire Leeds 23 Sep 2014 FC
5 Somerset v Middlesex Taunton 15 Sep 2014 FC
12, 34 Somerset v Northants Taunton 31 Aug 2014 FC
Profile

A brutal left-handed opening batsman, Marcus Trecothick was one of the finest opening batsman to play for England, described as a left-handed Gooch by Nasser Hussain but with strokeplay just as reminiscent of David Gower. He has the ability to bully bowling attacks and was a key factor in England's change in fortunes and spearheaded a no-holds-barred approach against Australia in the Ashes win of 2005. A stress-related illness saw his international career cut short but he continues to entertain for Somerset and has the ambition to play until he is 40.

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May 19, 2015

Marcus Trescothick's duck completed a pair, Nottinghamshire v Somerset, County Championship, Division One, Trent Bridge, 3rd day, May 19, 2015

Marcus Trescothick's duck completed a pair

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May 3, 2015

The end result of this pose was Marcus Trescothick being caught off the glove, Worcestershire v Somerset, County Championship, Division One, New Road, 1st day, May 3, 2015

The end result of this pose was Marcus Trescothick being caught off the glove

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Jun 30, 2014

Marcus Trescothick recorded his 54th first-class hundred, Somerset v Lancashire, County Championship, Division One, Taunton, 2nd day, June 30, 2014

Marcus Trescothick recorded his 54th first-class hundred

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Notes

NBC Denis Compton Award 1996,1997
Wisden Cricketer of the Year 2005

Awarded the MBE in 2005

Series Results
England v Pakistan at Birmingham - Sep 10, 2006
England won by 3 wickets (with 114 balls remaining)
England v Pakistan at Nottingham - Sep 8, 2006
England won by 8 wickets (with 22 balls remaining)
England v Pakistan at Southampton - Sep 5, 2006
Pakistan won by 2 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
England v Pakistan at Lord's - Sep 2, 2006
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 20 balls remaining) (D/L method)
England v Pakistan at Cardiff - Aug 30, 2006
No result
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