Trescothick sets sights on 40 and beyond
Marcus Trescothick may have suffered a premature end to his England career but he is determined to continue giving back to Somerset, the county where he has spent almost 20 years, expressing a desire to continue playing into his forties. Should he get there, then the life-enriching properties of sausages will have to be reappraised.
The county circuit lost two old-stagers into their fifth decades in 2012, with the retirements of Mark Ramprakash and Robert Croft – both 42 when age finally caught up with them. Trescothick, who played the last of his 76 Tests and 123 one-day internationals in…
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