Tamsin Tilley BeaumontOpening Batswoman
Date of Birth11-03-1991
Place of BirthDover, UK
Batting StyleRight-hand Bat
Tammy Beaumont was nearly one of those players that got lost in the system. Her talent is beyond doubt, but it was difficult to see just where she would fit into the side. That changed when Mark Robinson became England coach, there was clear thinking about where players would fit and how to get the best out of everyone. This was just what Beaumont needed and she found a place at the top of the order. A great series against Pakistan in 2016 saw her score two centuries and cement her place in the side.
The 2017 ICC World Cup would see Beaumont finish as the competition’s leading run scorer, as well as establish record wicket partnerships with both Sarah Taylor and Nat Sciver as England enjoyed a successful campaign and ultimately win the final at Lord’s. Tammy Beaumont was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Years Honours list. She was also a part of the Surrey Stars side that finished third in the 2017 Kia Super League, as well as featuring for the Adelaide Strikers in WBBL03.
- May 8, 2020
Tammy Beaumont may be the second-highest individual scorer for England in both ODIs and T20Is. But how has she fared in The Fundred? Watch here to find just that.
- April 26, 2020
S Sudarshanan chats to Meg Lanning about her record-breaking 133 not out against England that allowed Australia to win back the Ashes.
- April 22, 2020
England's Tammy Beaumont has always been open in saying that she's more comfortable in opening or batting at No.3.
- April 17, 2020
The future of The Hundred may be unknown, but fear not, we have The Fundred in store for you. Episode 1: England’s Danielle Wyatt answers 20 fun questions across four categories from quiz master S Sudarshanan. How many points will she finish with?