Marcus Trescothick scored his 66th first-class hundred on Friday however the veteran former England batsman suffered a damaged foot that would but rule him out for the remainder of the season.
The 42-year-old Trescothick, whose 76-Take a look at profession ended resulting from a stress-related situation in 2006, made precisely 100 for Somerset of their County Championship First Division conflict away to Lancashire at Previous Trafford.
George Bartlett’s 110, his maiden first-class hundred, helped Somerset to a complete of 321 for 5 at stumps.
There was no trace of the difficulty to return when left-hander Trescothick, on 95, performed a ball from Matt Parkinson defensively on the leg facet and collapsed.
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He wanted the help of a runner to finish a 137-ball century and Somerset coach Jason Kerr stated: “It’s simply been confirmed that Marcus has bought a damaged proper fifth metatarsal so he’ll be out for the foreseeable future.
“However it’s too early to say whether or not he’ll be again later within the season.
“We have to get readability on the extent of the break. If it’s a clear break, it’s just some weeks’ restoration after which we’ll get him again on his ft.”