- Ireland National Cricket Team 1998 - present
Trent Johnston is a right handed batsman and right arm fast medium bowler who plays for Ireland cricket team. The other team he has played for is New South Wales.
The first One day International of Johnston was played on 13th June 2006 at Belfast against England. In the 10 overs he bowled, 59 runs were scored but did not take any wickets. 2 of his overs were maidens. He scored 5 runs in 4 deliveries. England won this match by 38 runs. On 2nd August 2008 at Belfast, Ireland and Scotland were engaged in a Twenty20 International which was the debut match for Johnston. In this match, Johnston bowled 2 overs, none of which were maidens, conceded 15 runs and failed to take a wicket. He scored 5 runs in 6 balls. Ireland won this match by 4 wickets with 1 ball to spare.
In the 24 One day Internationals Johnston played in, he scored 364 runs at a strike rate of 91.91 and batting average of 21.41. An unbeaten 45 was his highest score and he has hit 18 fours, 17 sixers and has taken 11 catches. He has taken 13 wickets after bowling 914 balls off which 770 runs have been scored. His economy rate was 5.05 and bowling average 59.23. Johnston has participated in 4 Twenty20 Internationals in which he has scored 14 runs and has taken 1 wicket after bowling 30 balls.
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