Glenn Trimble

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Glenn Trimble was born on 1 January, 1963 in Herston, Australia. Discover Glenn Trimble’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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Age57 years old
Zodiac SignCapricorn
Born1 January 1963
Birthday1 January
BirthplaceHerston, Australia

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“I was elated, I really didn’t expect it and laughed off a suggestion I was even close,” Trimble said. “But Dad rang from his sports centre at the Gabba and then raced in with a grin all over his face — it was all over mine too. I suppose I can now start to think that some success and more hard work could get me to New Zealand in February or India later in the year.”


After being made 12th man for Australia’s next match against India, Trimble was recalled for the following match against New Zealand in Adelaide, replacing fellow Queenslander Greg Ritchie. He batted at number four, scoring a boundary off the first delivery, before being caught off the bowling of Richard Hadlee on the following ball. He did not bowl. New Zealand won the match by 206 runs after an insipid batting display by the home side who were bowled out for 70 runs. Trimble was dropped.


Trimble played two more first glass games for Queensland in 1989-90 with a top score of 39.

Trimble played in 57 Sheffield Shield and other first-class matches for Queensland by his retirement in 1989–90.


He began the 1988-89 season well with 62 and a wicket against NSW and 43 against Tasmania. However his form fell away and he was dropped from the Queensland team.


Trimble scored his third first class century against Victoria in 1987-88, a knock off 112. In that game he combined for a Queensland record fifth-wicket stand of 231 with Allan Border. He later made 68 against NSW, 67, 57 against South Australia and 138 against Tasmania. He ended the summer with his fourth Shield final, only scoring 18 runs in another Queensland defeat.


In January 1986 Trimble was selected in the Australian one day team as a replacement for David Hookes against the touring New Zealand cricket team.

In 1986 Trimble played for the Essex Second XI and Essex Under 25 team in England.

In 1986-87 Trimble scored 115 runs in 166 minutes against Tasmania.


Trimble impressed over the 1984-85 summer with 42 for Qld against the touring West Indies., 90 against Victoria. and 67 not out against South Australia.


Trimble was selected for the Australian Under 19 team in February 1982 and played three “tests” against the touring Pakistan U-19 team. (The captain was Mike Veletta and his teammates included Craig McDermott; Saleem Malik captained the Pakistan side). He scored 116 in the second test. He scored 232 runs over the 3 tests at 46.

Trimble made his Queensland debut in 1982-83 against WA, scoring 48.


Glenn Samuel Trimble (born 1 January 1963, in Herston, Queensland) is a former cricketer who represented Australia and Queensland. A batsman who preferred to play straight, and a part-time medium pace bowler, Trimble was a regular member of the Queensland side in the mid-1980s, and won an Esso Scholarship in 1986, playing with the Essex County Cricket Club Second XI in England.