Personal Information

Full Name Ian Jonathan Leonard Trott
Born April 22, 1981 Cape Town, Cape Province
Age 43 Years, 0 Months, 28 Days
National Side England
Batting Style Right Handed
Bowling Right-arm medium
Sport Cricket


Test ODI T20
Batting - - -
Bowling - - -

Man of the Match

Test ODI T20 World Cup CL
2 3 0 0 -

Career Information

Teams Played England, Boland, England A, England XI, South Africa Pres XI, Warwickshire, Western Province, Otago, South Africa Under-19, England Lions, Marylebone Cricket Club
Career Span

Ian Jonathan Leonard Trott Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s AVG S/R CT ST Ducks R/O
52 93 6 3835 226 v BAN 9 19 451 0 44.08 47.18 29 0
68 65 10 2819 137 v AUS 4 22 216 3 51.25 77.06 14 0
World Cup
7 7 0 422 92 v IRE 0 5 28 0 60.28 80.84 0 0
7 7 1 138 51 v SA 0 1 9 3 23.00 95.83 - -

Bowling Performance

I O M R W Best 3s 5s AVG E/R S/R Mtc
33 118 11 400 5 1/5 v SL 0 0 80.00 3.38 141.60
10 30.3 0 166 2 2/31 v AUS 0 0 83.00 5.44 91.50

Ian Jonathan Leonard Trott Profile

Coming from a family of rich sporting history, Jonathan Trott's career began in South Africa, where he represented the U-19 team alongside Graeme Smith. He then moved to England and enrolled with Warwickshire in 2002. By 2005, he was already one of Warwickshire's leading run-getters, trailing behind ex-English opener Nick Knight. In a relatively late call-up, 'Booger' as he is known, made blink and miss appearances for England against the West Indies in two T20 Internationals in 2007.

Trott's recall in 2009 was a baptism by fire in the final and deciding Test against Australia in the Ashes. The technically sound right-hander re-entered the limelight in assured fashion, scoring a hundred on his Test debut to help England clinch the series. Call-ups for tours to South Africa and Bangladesh followed. Impressive starts didn't yield big scores until a double ton at the Lord's in Bangladesh's return tour of England. Following that was the tour to Australia and by that time Trott had already been established as a strong batsman at number three.

Trott has often been criticized for his slow strike-rate in ODIs, but he continues to stick to his natural game and performs consistently in the format as well, becoming the leading run scorer for England when they were the runners-up in the 2013 edition of the Champions Trophy. In a very abrupt manner during a slump in the Ashes 2013-2014 series in Australia, Jonathan Trott left the tour due to a stress-related illness and later went on reveal that he had been carrying that mental condition for years together.