The Warwickshire team put on a real show at the BUPA Great Birmingham Run last weekend, as Jonathan Trott and Dougie Brown crossed the finish line with the help of batsman Neil Carter.
Warwickshire and England star Jonathan and assistant coach Dougie, who is also a patron of Cure Leukaemia, ran the half marathon to support the local charity while Neil left the crowd to support his team mates.
Ahead of Edgbaton's Superstar Summer, Edgbaston TV recently caught up with England superstars Alastair Cook, Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott. We discussed everything from the importance of Test Match Cricket to the experience of playing against the West Indies.
Along with Ian Bell, Chris Woakes (who are both Villa fans) and Jonathan Trott joined Villa midfielder Barry Bannan and club legend Ian Taylor to be the first to sign the Support Stan Wall, where fans can show their support for Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov, currently battling acute leukaemia.
The England selectors today named Warwickshire's Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell in the England Test squad for the forthcoming series against Sri Lanka. England will play two three-day games in preparation for the two Test series against Sri Lanka beginning on 26 March.
Warwickshire's England stars Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott came up against fellow Bears Will Porterfield and Boyd Rankin as the Three Lions took on an ICC Combined Associate and Affiliate XI in the first fixture of the UAE tour.
Among tonight's other winners were India's World Cup-winning captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who took the Spirit of Cricket award for his part in recalling England's Ian Bell after his controversial run-out during this summer's Trent Bridge npower Test.
The 15-man squad contains one uncapped player, Surrey pace bowler Stuart Meaker. Meaker has spent the last two winters on the Fast Bowling Programme before making his debut for England Lions against Sri Lanka A this summer.
Shoulder injury omits Warwickshire's Jonathan Trott from 3rd npower Test. The England selectors today named a 13-man squad for the third npower Test match against India at Edgbaston, commencing Wednesday August 10.
The build-up to the series opener between the sides was dominated by talk of Sachin Tendulkar's hundredth international hundred, but Trott has leapfrogged the Little Master, who endured another tough visit to the home of cricket.
Dont queue through the night - Buy tickets online now & print at home! For cricket lovers the prospect of watching a mouth watering battle between our own Jonathan Trott and the world's greatest Sachin Tendulkar is a battle not to be missed.
Jonathan Trott has been named England's cricketer of the year at the annual ECB awards function, held at Lord's on Tuesday. The award, voted for by the British cricket media, is given to the player with the greatest impact upon England's performances.
The crowd had an early disappointment when Jonathan Trott, playing in a rare game for the Bears this season, was run out when he and Carter failed to communicate and Gayle's throw to the non striker's end saw Trott short of his ground with just a single to his name.
Jonathan Trott completed his double century, his second for England, just before the close of the fourth day of England's opening Test match against Sri Lanka, while Ian Bell was unbeaten on one hundred and three when Andrew Strauss declared the England innings on 496-5