List of international cricket centuries by Marcus Trescothick

Marcus Trescothick is an English cricketer and former opening batsman for the England national cricket team . He has scored centuries (100 or more runs ) on 14 used in Test cricket and 12 times in One Day International (ODI) matches. [1] [2]

Trescothick’s first test was scored against Sri Lanka at Galle International Stadium in 2001, when he made 122. He then continued to score at least one every year until his retirement from international cricket in 2006. His highest score of 219 was made against South Africa in 2003 at The Oval , London-his only double century. He has made a test on only one occasion, against the West Indies in 2004 at Edgbaston . Despite being the first batsman to achieve this feat at Edgbaston, [3] Trescothick was not named Man of the Match, as Andrew Flintoff’s first-innings of 167 earnt him the accolade instead. [4] During the 2005 series against Bangladesh , Trescothick scored centuries in both test matches against the touring side, helping him earn a Man of the Series award. [5] His 14 Test centuries have been scored at 11 grounds; Were scored in England and the other five were scored at different venues. Trescothick has been dismissed twice between 90 and 99, against India in 2001 and Australia in 2005. [6]

Trescothick’s 12 ODI are the most by cricketer, followed by Graham Gooch with eight, and current player Kevin Pietersen with seven. [2] Trescothick passed Gooch’s tally when he scored 100 not out against Bangladesh in his 100th ODI in 2005. [7] This was also the fastest of his career, off 76 balls , the third fastest ODI century for an English batsman. [8] Trescothick made his first ODI century against Pakistan , scoring a career-best 137. His century the following year against India in the final of the 2002 NatWest Series , Along with two fifties earlier in the competition, named Man of the Series. [9] He was again named Man of the Series in the 2003 NatWest Challenge , finishing the three-match series with a century, a fifty and more than twice as many runs as any other player. [10] [11] Only six days later, Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s . Saw him named Man of the Series. [9] He was again named Man of the Series in the 2003 NatWest Challenge , finishing the three-match series with a century, a fifty and more than twice as many runs as any other player. [10] [11] Only six days later, Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s . Saw him named Man of the Series. [9] He was again named Man of the Series in the 2003 NatWest Challenge , finishing the three-match series with a century, a fifty and more than twice as many runs as any other player. [10] [11] Only six days later, Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s . [9] He was again named Man of the Series in the 2003 NatWest Challenge , finishing the three-match series with a century, a fifty and more than twice as many runs as any other player. [10] [11] Only six days later, Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s . [9] He was again named Man of the Series in the 2003 NatWest Challenge , finishing the three-match series with a century, a fifty and more than twice as many runs as any other player. [10] [11] Only six days later, Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s . Finishing the three-match series with a century, a fifty and more than twice as many runs as any other player. [10] [11] Only six days later, Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s . Finishing the three-match series with a century, a fifty and more than twice as many runs as any other player. [10] [11] Only six days later, Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s . Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s . Trescothick scored another century, alongside fellow opener Vikram Solanki , set an English record first wicket partnership of 200. [12] His ODI have been made against 10 different opponents, on seven different grounds. Six of his centuries have been scored in London, equally split between The Oval and Lord’s .

After scoring four Tests centuries in 2004, Trescothick was named as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2005. [13] Between the two formats (Test and ODI), Trescothick has scored a century against every opponent he has Played except Namibia and Netherlands , ODI. [14] [15] Trescothick did not score a century in any of his three Twenty20 Internationals ; [16] his highest score was the 72 he scored against Sri Lanka in 2006. [17]

Key

  • * Denotes that he is not out .
  •  Denotes that he was the captain of the English team in that match.
  • Pos. Denotes his position in the batting order.
  • Test denotes the number of the test.
  • Inn. Denotes the number of innings in the match.
  • H / A / N denotes if the venue is home (England), away (opposition’s home) or neutral.
  • Lost denotes that the match was lost by England .
  • Won denotes that the match was won by England.
  • S / R denotes strike rate .

Test centuries

No. Score Against Pos. Inn. Test arrival HA Dated result
1 122  Sri Lanka 2 2 1/3 Galle International Stadium , Galle Away 22 February 2001 Lost [18]
2 117  Pakistan 2 4 2/2 Old Trafford , Manchester Home 31 May 2001 Lost [19]
3 161  Sri Lanka 1 2 2/3 Edgbaston , Birmingham Home 30 May 2002 Won [20]
4 219  South Africa 1 2 5/5 The Oval , London Home 4 September 2003 Won [21]
5 113  bangladesh 1 2 1/2 Bangabandhu National Stadium , Dhaka Away 21 October 2003 Won [22]
6 132  New Zealand 1 2 2/3 Headingley , Leeds Home 3 June 2004 Won [23]
7 105  West Indies 1 1 2/4 Edgbaston , Birmingham Home 29 July 2004 Won [4]
8 107  West Indies 1 3 2/4 Edgbaston , Birmingham Home 29 July 2004 Won [4]
9 132  South Africa 1 3 2/5 Kingsmead , Durban Away 26 December 2004 Draw [24]
10 180  South Africa 1 3 4/5 Wanderers Stadium , Johannesburg Away 13 January 2005 Won [25]
11 194  bangladesh 1 2 1/2 Lord’s , London Home 26 May 2005 Won [26]
12 151  bangladesh 1 2 2/2 Riverside , Chester-le-Street Home 3 June 2005 Won [27]
13 193  Pakistan 1 2 1/3 Multan Cricket Stadium , Multan Away 12 November 2005 Lost [28]
14 106  Sri Lanka 1 1 1/3 Lord’s , London Home 11 May 2006 Draw [29]

ODI centuries

Trescothick batting for England against Sri Lanka in 2006
No. Score Against Pos. Inn. S / R arrival H / A / N Dated result
1 137  Pakistan 1 2 96.47 Lord’s , London Home 12 June 2001 Lost [30]
2 121  india 1 2 111.00 Eden Gardens , Kolkata Away 19 January 2002 Lost [31]
3 109  india 1 1 109.00 Lord’s , London Home 13 July 2002 Lost [32]
4 119  Zimbabwe 1 1 116.66 R. Premadasa Stadium , Colombo Neutral 18 September 2002 Won [33]
5 108 *  Pakistan 1 2 74.48 Lord’s , London Home 22 June 2003 Won [34]
6 114 *  South Africa 1 2 91.20 The Oval , London Home 28 June 2003 Won [35]
7 130  West Indies 1 1 94.20 Beausejour Stadium , Gros Islet Away 1 May 2004 Lost [36]
8 104  West Indies 1 1 83.87 The Oval , London Home 25 September 2004 Lost [37]
9 100 *  bangladesh 1 2 131.57 The Oval , London Home 16 June 2005 Won [38]
10 104 *  australia 1 2 77.61 Headingley , Leeds Home 7 July 2005 Won [39]
11 113  ireland 1 1 99.12 Civil Service Cricket Club Ground , Belfast Away 16 June 2006 Won [40]
12 121  Sri Lanka 1 1 102.54 Headingley , Leeds Home 1 July 2006 Lost [41]

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