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Tammy Beaumont

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

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In 2017, Tammy Beaumont was named as one of the players in the ICC Women’s ODI Team of the Year.

Batter

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

AGE
29
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Dover, Kent

COUNTRY

England

England

Bio

Following a modest stint with the England Development Squad in 2007 and an impressive outing with Kent two years later, Tammy Beaumont eventually made her international debut for England in a WODI against West Indies in late 2009. Aged 18, she also made her WT20I debut in the same series.

Over the decade that followed, the wicket-keeper batswoman progressed to become a permanent fixture in her side's batting setup, with an incredible record at World Cups as well.

In the 2016 ICC Women's World Twenty20, her 138 in a group stage match against the Windies won her the Player of the Match award - a sign of even greater things to come. When England won the 2017 Women's World Cup, Tammy's astounding tally of 410 runs at the 2017 Women's World Cup won England their 4th title, while she walked away with the Player of the Tournament award.

Her maiden T20I century came a year later – an innings of 116 from just 52 balls against South Africa at Taunton.

The opener has a big fan base at the Big Bash too, having played for both the Adelaide Strikers and the Melbourne Renegades.

Renegades star Beaumont gets creative

Tammy Beaumont showed off her tricks, scooping and reverse sweeping in a key cameo at Junction Oval


5:54 Beaumont-knows-England-need-to-improve-still

Beaumont knows England need to improve

England batter Tammy Beaumont was happy to contribute with the bat during the second T20 against Australia but says there is plenty of work ahead for her side


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'Goodness me!' Beaumont takes a blinder in close

Beth Mooney couldn't believe her luck as Tammy Beaumont pulled off an extraordinary catch under the lid on the final day of the women's Ashes Test in Taunton


Beaumont joins 'Gades, Heat secure young talent

England superstar Tammy Beaumont completes a well-rounded Melbourne Renegades roster, while the Brisbane Heat have locked in local talent ahead of the WBBL season starting in October


NZ's new T20 record lasts just three hours

England and New Zealand hammer South Africa on record-breaking day in Taunton


Alyssa Healy explains 'funky' stumping

Alyssa Healy's quick thinking behind the stumps was one of the highlights in the Southern Stars loss to England


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