Former England batsman returns to club where he forged memorable career

Jonathan Trott has returned to Warwickshire as a batting consultant for the men’s squad.

Trott, who retired in 2018 with a haul of 18,662 first-class runs and more than 12,000 more in List A and T20 cricket, performed a similar role for England during their winter tour of the subcontinent, before Marcus Trescothick’s appointment as the full-time batting coach towards the end of the India leg.

He will now bring his experience, including 52 Test caps between 2009 and 2015, back to the county game in support of Warwickshire’s coaching team of Mark Robinson, Graeme Welch, Tony Frost and Ian Westwood. He performed a similar role for Kent during the Royal London One-Day Cup in 2019.

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