Cricket player Steven Thomas Finn was born in England on April 4, 1989. He bats right-handed and is a right-arm quick bowler. He made his first-class cricket debut for Middlesex County Cricket Club at the age of 16, which was a club record. In 2010 against Bangladesh, he played his first England Test match. He is a Brighton resident. He started working as a commentator for Test Match Special in 2019.

Steven Finn
Steven Finn

Six-foot-seven-inch In the 2010s, Steven Finn was one of several beanpole fast bowlers who carried England’s dreams, but despite a heady combination of pace and trampolining bounce that earned him a decent Test average of 30, it was a mantle he did not always wear cheerfully.

In 2005, when he was 16 years old, Finn earned his Middlesex county debut. From Under-16s on up, Finn represented England at all age groups. He had a strong 2009 campaign for Middlesex, collecting 53 wickets at a County Championship-leading 30.64. On his Test debut in Bangladesh in 2010, he made an impression after being added to the team as an injury replacement for England’s tour of Bangladesh. On a placid Chittagong track, he showed good pace and bounce. Now he is playing in Sussex.


Player Profile:

Player NameSteven Finn
BornApril 4 1989
RoleRight-hand batsman

Career Records

In the first two tests of the series, Finn was a back-up player. In the third test at Edgbaston, he took Mark Wood’s spot and made his first appearance in the England test team in two years. Finn dismissed Steve Smith, the world’s best batsman according to the ICC Player Rankings, in his first over.

Steven Finn
Steven Finn

 He bowled Australia’s captain Michael Clarke later in the innings, finishing with figures of 2/38. Finn once more captured the valuable wickets of both Smith and Clarke during Australia’s second innings, along with his greatest stats of 6/79 that smashed through the Australian middle order on his way to winning player of the match.

On June 1, 2005, he played in his maiden first-class match for Middlesex at Fenner’s against Cambridge UCCE. He did not bat but did take one wicket for 16 runs (1/16) and 1/37. He broke the previous record for Middlesex’s youngest first-class début, held by 16-year-old Fred Titmus in 1949. Steven also participated in Middlesex youth cricket.