Hugh Trumble est un joueur de cricket international australien né le 12 mai 1867 à Abbotsford et mort le 14 août 1938 à Hawthorn. Lanceur spécialiste de l'« off-spin » au sein de l'équipe du Victoria, il dispute 32 test-matchs avec l'Australie de 1890 à 1904, totalisant 141 guichets. Il est le premier joueur à compter deux « coups du chapeau » à ce niveau, une performance rarement égalée.

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  • Hugh Trumble est un joueur de cricket international australien né le 12 mai 1867 à Abbotsford et mort le 14 août 1938 à Hawthorn. Lanceur spécialiste de l'« off-spin » au sein de l'équipe du Victoria, il dispute 32 test-matchs avec l'Australie de 1890 à 1904, totalisant 141 guichets. Il est le premier joueur à compter deux « coups du chapeau » à ce niveau, une performance rarement égalée.
  • Hugh Trumble (12 May 1867 – 14 August 1938) was an Australian cricketer who played 32 Test matches as a bowling all-rounder between 1890 and 1904. He captained the Australian team in two Tests, winning both. Trumble took 141 wickets in Test cricket—a world record at the time of his retirement—at an average of 21.78 runs per wicket. He is one of only three bowlers to twice take a hat-trick in Test cricket. Observers in Trumble's day, including the authoritative Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, regarded him as ranking among the great Australian bowlers of the Golden Age of cricket. He was named as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 1897 and the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame, established in 1996, inducted him in 2004.A tall and thin off spinner, Trumble delivered the ball at a quicker pace than most spin bowlers, using his height and uncommonly long fingers to his greatest advantage. He was at his best on the softer pitches of England, but his accuracy and variations in pace enabled him to take wickets on the harder pitches of Australia. He was a dependable lower order batsman and a fine fielder in the slips. He was recognised as a shrewd thinker about the game and was popular with team-mates and opponents, with a penchant for practical jokes.Trumble made his Test debut during the Australian cricket team's tour of England in 1890, but was unable to secure a permanent place in the Australian side until the 1896 tour of England. When the Australian team next toured England in 1899, Trumble scored 1,183 runs and took 142 wickets; only George Giffen before him had achieved the "double" of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets as part of a touring team in England. He was appointed captain of Australia in 1901–02, when Joe Darling was unavailable due to farming commitments. He retired after the 1902 Australian tour of England but was coaxed back in 1903–04. In his last Test match, Trumble took a hat-trick, his second, in front of his home town supporters in Melbourne.Off the field, Trumble worked for the National Bank of Australasia, rising to the position of manager of a local branch despite his cricket commitments interrupting his banking career. In 1911, he was appointed secretary of the Melbourne Cricket Club, overseeing the development of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) into a stadium capable of holding over 70,000 spectators. He held this post until his death in 1938 from a heart attack, aged 71.
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  • Hugh Trumble est un joueur de cricket international australien né le 12 mai 1867 à Abbotsford et mort le 14 août 1938 à Hawthorn. Lanceur spécialiste de l'« off-spin » au sein de l'équipe du Victoria, il dispute 32 test-matchs avec l'Australie de 1890 à 1904, totalisant 141 guichets. Il est le premier joueur à compter deux « coups du chapeau » à ce niveau, une performance rarement égalée.
  • Hugh Trumble (12 May 1867 – 14 August 1938) was an Australian cricketer who played 32 Test matches as a bowling all-rounder between 1890 and 1904. He captained the Australian team in two Tests, winning both. Trumble took 141 wickets in Test cricket—a world record at the time of his retirement—at an average of 21.78 runs per wicket. He is one of only three bowlers to twice take a hat-trick in Test cricket.
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