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Favourite Sports Person
Most Likely To
Find a way to fall over her own feet, drop her phone and smash the screen or other general clumsiness
Sir Roger Manwood's School, Loughborough University
Handstands, cartwheels or the worm
Shailene Woodley (I wish!)
‘Don’t go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail’
Best Cricketing Moment
Winning the World Cup in front of a sold out crowd at Lord’s
My proudest Kent Cricket moment would be lifting the County Championship last year as captain.
Captain, Women's Cap 39
|Date of Birth||11th March 1991||Debut||2006|
|Years of Service||2006 -||Capped||2020|
|Nickname(s)||Tamwarr, Tamzo, Tams, Titch||Bat||Right-hand|
|Best Bat||200* v Shepperton 2s, 168* for England v Pakistan, 136 for Kent v Surrey||Bowl||-|
|Best Bowl||-||Shirt Sponsor||-|
England opener Tammy Beaumont has been appointed captain of Kent’s double-winning women’s team.
The 26-year-old Kent Cricket Academy graduate has scored more than 3,000 runs in 110 matches for Kent since her debut in 2007 and is delighted to succeed Charlotte Edwards CBE.
Like men’s captain Sam Northeast, she started her club career at Sandwich Town under the guidance of her father Kevin before earning a regular spot at the top of the Kent batting order and securing a new two-year England central contract.
Beaumont will work with new player-coach Lydia Greenway and succeeds Charlotte Edwards CBE who moved to Division Two side Hampshire after leading Kent to a seventh County Championship and a third T20 title in 2016.
The Dover-born batsman said: “It will be a real honour to captain Kent this season. We have a talented and committed group of players at Kent who have achieved some great things but are still keen to learn and improve.
“We will be the team everyone wants to beat this summer so we will have to raise our game as the competitions get tougher every season.
“I look forward to working with Lydia Greenway and our excellent age-group coaches to bring through more Kent talent who can hopefully follow in our footsteps and gain international honours.”
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