Cricket News sort by Ian Jonathan Leonard Trott

England's Jonathan Trott and James Anderson have risen to second place in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Test rankings respectively after their side's 196-run win over India at Lord's. Trott has climbed two places, above India's Sachin Tendulkar and Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara, to second spot in the batting rankings, after innings of 70 and 22 during the 2000th Test in history, which was also the opening game of a four-match series. Anderson's seven-wicket haul in the match, including his 11th five-wicket Test return of five for 65 in the second innings, saw him overtake team-mate Graeme Swann in the bowling rankings. Meanwhile, England fast bowler Chris Tremlett went into ninth place on the back of his four wickets at Lord's.

Batsman Jonathan Trott has been named as the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) men's cricketer of the year, as chosen by the British media.

Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott scored unbeaten centuries and shared an unbroken third-wicket stand of 240-run as England closed day three of the first Test against Sri Lanka on 287 for two.

Jonathan Trott hit 92 on Wednesday to help England to 327-8 in its World Cup group match against Ireland and equal the record for the quickest ever 1,000 one-day international runs.

England won the fourth ODI at Adelaide by 21 runs after restricting Australia to 278 for 7.

Alastair Cook scored a career best of 235 not out while Andrew Strauss and Jonathan Trott scored centuries to help England pull off an incredible draw despite having their backs to the wall.

Hosts England won the 1st ODI against Pakistan at Chester-le-Street by 24 runs in a rain-curtailed contest of 41 overs

England took a little over 20 overs as Pakistan collapsed to 147 all out in their second innings to lose the fourth and final Test by an innings and 225 runs.