Reaction: Trott, Ashes, WT20 Qualifiers & Presentations
On Twitter this week, fans and team-mates joined us in wishing Jonathan Trott a speedy recovery. Unfortunately this wasn't the case from everyone, however, but the vast majority of messages were positive.
Following up from that, but still revolving around The Ashes, Michael Clarke's threats were condemned by fans, people congratulated Australia on a convicing win and England fans and players pick themselves up ready for the next Test.
As the ICC World Twenty20 2014 Qualifier group stages concluded, there were plenty of tweets from the teams involved and those keeping up to date with the battle to reach Bangladesh.
Finally we round off with charity events, presentation evenings and award dinners from club cricket.
Whether you won an award or not, check it out, as it's often as much about enjoying the event itself than winning an award that makes for an enjoyable time.
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“@craigadoyle: Disgusting lack of understanding from Australian press this morning, not macho from SDT just thick http://t.co/l9DNuPr5J6”— Will Carling (@willcarling) November 26, 2013
Jonathan Trott is the true hero of this Ashes tour - as Michael Clarke plays the graceless, chinless weasel http://t.co/dhnBDOFxGN— Mirror Sport (@MirrorSport) November 25, 2013
Trotty will be back . Over the hardest hurdle in his recovery by facing it head on , which is something we are not all able to do #braveman— andrew flintoff (@flintoff11) November 25, 2013
Glad there are so many good people out there showing support for Trotty. Those who aren't can quite frankly crawl back into the pond— Graeme Swann (@Swannyg66) November 25, 2013
Sad news about Trotty! Just shows its not all about cricket! Hope he recovers well at home while watching us win the rest of the series.— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) November 25, 2013