Cricketer denies attacking women
A St George’s Cup Match and national team cricketer has denied an attack on a woman that left her with cuts to her face.
It was alleged in Magistrates’ Court that Charles Trott, 21, assaulted Kessiah Jackson and used threatening behaviour towards her.
Trott, from Warwick, also denied charges that he assaulted Imani Smith and used a beer bottle as a weapon.
The offences were said to have happened on August 2 last year, the second day of Cup Match, at St George’s Cricket Club.
Trott, who made his debut for St George’s in the Annual Classic in 2018 and was a non-playing member of the Bermuda squad that travelled to Dubai last autumn for the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier, did not play in last year’s Cup Match.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe adjourned the case until February 24 and released Trott on $2,500 bail.
Mr Wolffe ordered Trott to have no contact with the alleged victims.
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