FULL NAME – Logan Verjus van Beek
BORN – September 07, 1990, Christchurch, Canterbury
AGE – 32 years
BATTING STYLE – Right hand Bat
BOWLING STYLE – Right arm Medium fast
PLAYING ROLE – Bowler
Logan Van Beek is versatile in many ways. As a cricketer, he likens his match to that of Shane Watson the great Australian all-rounder, he also represented New Zealand Cricket at the Under-19 World Basketball Championship in 2009 and he works with as a sports coach. Named in the New Zealand squad for the 2010 under-19 World Cup, van Beek is the grandson of Sammy Guillen, who played Test cricket for the West Indies and New Zealand.
Van Beek made his T20I debut for the Netherlands at the 2014 World T20. He played his first match against the United Arab Emirates on March 17, 2014. He had a slow start to the season. his career as he had only 2 catches and scored 3 runs in the first six-game match of his career. However, he declared himself to the world when he won 3 to 9 in the 7th game when England suffered a humiliating defeat by 45 points.
As an all-rounder he showed his impact at the world stage and got attention from many cricketers. He showed his batting class and power hitting capabilities which sorted the problem of middle order in the team.
Logan Van Beek takes an extremely clever hat-trick in the T20I match and makes history for the Netherland. Logan van Beek of the Netherlands has left his mark on the world and made history for his country by taking a hat-trick in T20I Internationals. Logan Van Beek, the primary bowler from the Netherlands, has taken a full circumvent in this setup. Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, is hosting the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier B 2022. On Tuesday, July 12, a match between the Netherlands and Hong Kong was held in a similar competition. In this match, a medium pacer from the Netherlands performed admirably and set the best record. Logan van Beek, a medium pacer, made history for his country by taking a hat-trick against Hong Kong in a T20 International.