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|Born||March 11, 1991|
|Age||29 years 158 days|
|Teams||England Women, Adelaide Strikers Women, Surrey Stars, Southern Vipers, Melbourne Renegades Women|
|Bat Style||Right Handed Bat|
The Dover-born batswoman started her club career at Sandwich Town under the guidance of her father Kevin before sealing a spot in the Jent top-order. A Kent Academy member, Tammy recorded her maiden first-class ton in 2009. The wicket-keeper batter replaced Sarah Taylor in the national side as Beaumont made her respective T20I and ODI debuts as a 18-year-old.
Beaumont found the going tough in the international arena and she quit keeping to focus on her batting. Being a consistent performer for her county Kent, Tammy was constantly knocking on selectors’ door. She led the England Women's Academy team impressively for successive years in 2014 and 2015.
Under England’s new coach Mark Robinson, Beaumont was selected for the T20 WC in 2016 held in India, where she opened the batting alongside captain Charlotte Edwards. In the group stage of the tournament, her quickfire 31 helped her team secure a win in a low-scoring thriller and she bagged the Player of the Match award.
In 2018, she recorded her maiden T20 hundred against South Africa in a tri-series competition, in which England posted the highest score in women’s T20Is (250).
Did you know:
Beaumont, following her heroics in the 2017 ICC World Cup, was awarded an MBE in the Queen's 2018 New Year Honours list.
She was named in the ICC Women's ODI Team of the Year in 2017
In the 2017 World Cup, she was involved in a 275-run partnership with Sarah Taylor - the highest stand for any wicket in Women's World Cup