Chris Tremlett is a right handed batsman and right arm medium fast bowler in the England cricket team. Hampshire Cricket Board, Hampshire, England Lions and ECB National Academy are teams for which he has played.
The debut One day International of Tremlett was played between England and Bangladesh at Nottingham on 21st June 2005. He did not get an opportunity to bat in this match. He bowled 8.2 overs, out of which 1 was maiden, gave away 32 runs and took 4 wickets. England won this match by 168 runs. The first Test match of Tremlett was played from 19th July to 23rd July 2007 at Lord’s against India. In the 1st innings, he batted at the No. 9 position but failed to score in 3 deliveries. He bowled 8 maidens out of a total of 20 overs, conceded 52 runs and took 1 wicket. In the 2nd innings, he was out on the very first delivery he faced. He bowled 21 overs, out of which 5 were maidens and took 3 wickets. During this spell, 52 runs were scored. This match was drawn.
Tremlett played in 3 Test matches and in these bowled 859 deliveries during which 386 runs were score. He took 13 wickets and had a bowling strike rate of 66, bowling average of 29.69 and economy rate of 2.69. In the One day Internationals, he participated in 9 matches and took 9 wickets in these. 419 runs were scored off his bowling, when he bowled 479 balls. His economy rate was 5.24, bowling average was 46.55 and bowling strike rate was 53.2.
He is a really good bowler for the England Cricket Team.
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