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Michael Gwyl Bevan

Michael Gwyl Bevan was born on 8 May 1970 in Belconnen, Australian Capital Territory is a ex- Australian left-handed cricket batsman and a slow left arm Chinaman bowler. He played 232 ODI games for Australia, and was a component of the 1999 and 2003 squads that won the World Cup.

He clings to the world record One Day International batting standard for retired players of 53.58. In List A cricket as a whole, Bevan has an average of over 58; the maximum of any player to have scored 10,000 runs in List A games (second is Dean Jones, on 46.93). Even though Bevan played most of his familial career for the New South Wales Blues, he stirred to the Tasmanian Tigers for the 2004�05 seasons, where he continued his accomplishments up awaiting his retirement in January 2007. He has also cooperated for South Australia and in England for Yorkshire, Leicestershire and Sussex.

On 17 January 2007, due to injuries Bevan publicized his retirement from all forms of cricket. "It got to the stage where injuries and pain were holding back my motivation, and it got to the stage where I was finding it hard to get up for matches and that was almost certainly a pretty clear indication that it was time to move on," Bevan said. Distant from coaching the Chennai Superstars in the Indian Cricket League, Bevan now takes part in the Beach Cricket Tri-Nations series for Australia. On January, 2011, Bevan was proclaimed the coach for Indian Premier League team Kings XI Punjab.