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Trott collects FTI MVP winter award

12th May 2011 15:26, in Cricket News

Jonathan Trott has topped the FTI MVP Rankings for the 2010/11 winter after cementing his position as England’s most consistent batsmen across both the Test and 50 over formats of the game.

Jonathan Trott has topped the FTI MVP Rankings for the 2010/11 winter after cementing his position as England’s most consistent batsmen across both the Test and 50 over formats of the game.

He amassed an impressive 244 points, which saw off competition from skipper Andrew Strauss and last year’s winner Graeme Swann, finishing with a huge 80 point lead courtesy of 1,242 runs which included four hundred and seven fifties.

The 2010/11 FTI MVP Rankings cover the period from the end of the 2010 domestic international season to the start of the 2011 international season. Trott’s performances during this time were instrumental in England’s Ashes success where he contributed 445 runs, scoring 15.54% of England's runs. It was, however, his consistency in the one-day format which saw him pull away from his colleagues. He scored 797 one-day runs at a strike rate of 81 runs per 100 balls with two hundreds and six fifties.

On receiving the FTI MVP Award Jonathan Trott said: “I am delighted to receive the England FTI MVP for winter 2010/11 and would like to thank FTI Consulting for this Award. As a team we’ve enjoyed a wonderful winter and I was extremely proud to have been able to play a part in helping England retain the Ashes in Australia for the first time in 24 years.”

Congratulations from everyone at Gunn & Moore.

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