Ahillen Beadle

A left-hand batsman and a slow left-arm orthodox, Ahillen represented Australia at the under-19 World Cup in 2004. He played for New South Wales Under 23 team. His career was derailed after an incident early in his career, where he was impaled by a pole trying to save a boundary, and lost his left kidney. However, he showed great mental fortitude to recovered strongly over a five year period, finally making his first class debut for the Sydney Thunder in 2014.

Beadle is a flexible, impressive middle order batsman who is very handy with the ball in his hand, delivering menacing off spinners. He will be an important member of the Thunder squad this season.

Full Name: Ahillen Rajakumaran Beadle
Date of Birth: 29 August, 1983, Bahrain
Major Teams: Australia Under-19s, New South Wales Under-19s,
New South Wales Under-23s, Sydney Thunder
Batting Style: Left-hand bat
Bowling Style: Slow left-arm orthodox

T20 debut: 12 January, 2015 v Sydney Thunder