Michael Bevan

Michael Bevan
Full Name:Michael Bevan
Date of birth:08 / 05 / 1970
Role:All Rounder
Batting style:Left-hand
Bowling style:Left arm wrist spin

Career summary

- Test Debut v Pakistan at Karachi - Sept 1994

- ODI Debut v Sri Lanka at Sharjah - April 1994

- Left handed batsman with a slow left-arm chinaman bowling action.

- Highest score is 91 v Pakistan in Lahore, Nov 1994.

- Best bowling figures are 6/82 v West Indies in Adelaide, Jan 1997.

- Regarded as a fine stroke player and fieldsman and a fast runner between the wickets.

- Scored a century on his first class debut for Canberra.

- Endured a poor run of form in 1992/3 and came back strongly to gain his first cap.

- Dubbed the world's best limited-overs batsman and renowned for seeing many innings through to their conclusion without losing his wicket.

- Integral member of the Australian one-day team and part of the country's victorious World Cup sides in 1999 and 2003.

- Best remembered for his pair of sensational match-winning innings against West Indies at Sydney in 1996 and New Zealand at Melbourne in 2002.

- Not offered a central contract at the end of the 2003/4 season ending his international career but only a few months later he signed for Tasmania.

Test Matches

Batting
Career Span:1994-1998
Matches:18
Innings:30
Not Outs:3
Runs:785
Highest Score:91
Average:29.07
50s:6
100s:0
Ducks:4
Pairs:0
Caught Out:22
Stumped Out:0
Bowling
Innings Bowled:21
Overs:214.1
Maidens:30
Runs Conceded:703
Wickets:29
5 Wicket Innings:1
10 Wicket Innings:0
Average:24.24
Economy Rate:3.28
Best bowling in Innings:6/82

ODI Matches

Batting
Career Span:1994-2004
Matches:232
Innings:196
Not Outs:66
Runs:6912
Highest Score:108
Average:53.58
50s:46
100s:6
Ducks:5
Pairs:0
Caught Out:80
Stumped Out:5
Bowling
Innings Bowled:67
Overs:327.4
Maidens:4
Runs Conceded:1655
Wickets:36
5 Wicket Innings:0
10 Wicket Innings:0
Average:45.97
Economy Rate:5.05
Best bowling in Innings:3/36