Full name Trevor Lionel Penney
Born June 12, 1968, Salisbury (now Harare), Rhodesia
Current age 49 years 39 days
Major teams Zimbabwe, Boland, Mashonaland, Mashonaland A, Warwickshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium, Legbreak
|Last First-class||Warwickshire v Lancashire at Birmingham, Sep 3-6, 2003 scorecard|
|List A debut||1987/88|
|Last List A||Warwickshire v Durham at Birmingham, Sep 25, 2005 scorecard|
|T20s debut||Somerset v Warwickshire at Taunton, Jun 13, 2003 scorecard|
|Last T20s||Surrey v Warwickshire at The Oval, Jul 18, 2005 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|-||WACA Pres||v CA Chairman||Perth||28 Nov 2008||Other OD|
A Warwickshire stalwart for 17 years, Trevor Penney retired from first-class cricket at the end of the 2005 season to take up a post as Sri Lanka's assistant coach, where he teamed up with his former county team-mate, Tom Moody. Originally from Zimbabwe, Penney joined the county in 1988 whereupon he embarked on a four-year residential qualification. The time on the sidelines paid off in the early 1990s, when he was an integral member of the most successful Warwickshire team of all time, including the side that won a unique treble in 1994. In all, he played in seven one-day finals, the last coming against Hampshire at the end of 2005. Like his fellow Southern African, Jonty Rhodes, Penney was perhaps best known for his outstanding fielding which, even at the age of 37, remained good enough to earn him a role as one of England's substitute fielders in the 2005 Ashes campaign. He had been appointed as England's fielding coach for that series, and he soon after joined Tom Moody's coaching team in Sri Lanka, taking interim charge when Moody stepped down in May 2007.
Andrew Miller September 2007
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