Tamsin Tilley Beaumont was born on 11th March 1991 in Dover, Kent, England. She is the wicket-keeper of the England women’s cricket team and also one of the openers of the team.

Beaumont has started her Test match and One day International matches in the year 2009 against West Indies Women Cricket Team. During her career as a cricketer, she has played in around three One Day International matches and one Women’s Twenty20 cricket match. She claimed two catches and one stumping in One day International and two catches in Women’s Twenty20 cricket match.

She was invited to join the England Women Cricket team in the year 2009 replacing Sarah Taylor, another prominent England women team player. Her career debut came in International One Day Matches during this tour. At present, she has joined this team as a wicketkeeper.

Team Kent Women Cricket team Kent Women Cricket team
Role Wicket Keeper
Born 11 Mar 1991
Nationality United States United States
Team History
Kent Women Cricket team Kent Women 2007 - present
Surrey Stars 2016 - present
Adelaide Strikers (WBBL) 2016 - 2017
England national women's cricket team England national women's 2009 - 0

With right to the International Cricket, Beaumont is associated with several cricket clubs of England, some of which are Kent Women, Diamonds and Sapphires club.

Career Highlights

She is a very renowned player of Kent cricket club of England. With right to domestic matches, she made her debut with Kent in the year 2007. During this period, she scored 13 not out while batting at number five.

Moreover, 2009 marks as a maiden century of her cricket career where Beaumont has scored 136 runs on 144 balls. Due to her contribution of 136 runs, Kent has scored victory over Surrey side.

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