Here is all you need to know about Indian cricketer for U-19 team Mahli Beardman including his age, height, bowling speed, career, bio and more
Australia defeated India in the thrilling final to win the U19 World Cup which was yet another World Cup level loss for the Indian team. With the 2023 ODI World Cup Final and the World Test Championship Final, this was India’s third consecutive loss to Australia in an ICC event.
Who is Australia U19 cricketer Mahli Beardman, biography, age, height, father name, bowling speed, stats
With outstanding performances, Harjas Singh and Mahli Beardman guided their side to a well-earned victory and were star of the final match. The Aussies came over Indian side for just 174 runs on Sunday at Benoni, South Africa, after scoring 7-253 from their 50 overs and they won by 79 runs.
Their winning squad of fast bowlers, which included player-of-the-match Mahli Beardman, who is shaping up to be one of Australia’s best pace prospects, and their astute tactical approach under the direction of captain Weibgen and coach Anthony Clark, were the cornerstones of their triumph.
In the seven matches that they played, no team managed to score more than 200. Callum Vidler (14 wickets at 11.71), Beardman (10 wickets at 10.50), and Tom Straker (13 wickets at 11) all achieved impressive tournament totals.
It was Australia’s first men’s U19 tournament victory since Mitch Marsh’s team won in New Zealand in 2010 and it was their fourth overall.
Who is Mahli Beardman?
Mahli Beardman is an allrounder, right hand batsman and right arm fast medium bowler for U-19 Australian National Cricket Team who was born on August 31, 2005 and is currently 18 years old and measures 6 feet 1 inches tall.
Mahli Beardman is a right-fast medium bowler for the Australia U19 team and one of the fastest bowlers in the U19 Australian team with him persistently bowling in the 135-140 kmph region.
Mahli Beardman was born to his parents in Dunsborough, Western, Australia but the names of his parents aren’t known.
It’s under the tutelage of Dennis Lillee that Beardman is honing his craft with the duo having already worked together for almost three years.
On November 4, 2023, he made his List A debut at the Sydney match between Western Australia and NSW. Subsequently, he initially gained media attention upon being chosen for the 2024 ICC Under-19 World Cup.
Saharan, the tournament’s top run scorer, was lured by Beardman’s slightly wide ball on off-stump, but Hugh Weibgen caught his slash. Beardman broke through Musheer’s defence with a delivery that stayed a little low.
In order to completely destroy the Indian batting team with pace and bounce, Beardman later added the wicket of opener Adarsh Singh, who scored the highest run total of the day (47 off 77 balls).
Having claimed three vital wickets in the decisive match, he was instrumental in his team’s fourth U19 World Cup victory. For his exceptional effort, he also received the Player of the Match prize.
Mahli Beardman earned the Player of the Match award for his exceptional spell in the final against India U19. pic.twitter.com/uD0gTsW39T
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