|Full name David Beal|
|Bowling style Right-arm medium|
Batting style Right-handed
Name David Beal
|Born 17 July 1966 (age 49) (1966-07-17) Butleigh, Somerset, England|
First-class debut 16 July 1991 Somerset v Sussex
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David Beal (born 17 July 1966) played first-class and List A cricket for Somerset in the 1991 season. He was born at Butleigh, Somerset.
Beal was a lower-order right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler who took a lot of wickets in club cricket for the Morlands Cricket Club at Glastonbury. He played three first-class matches and six one-day games for Somerset in 1991, having appeared for Somerset's second eleven since 1984. He made little impression in these matches, scoring just one run in both first-class and List A games, and achieving his best bowling in either form of cricket on his debut, in the List A match against Surrey at The Oval, when he took two wickets for 40 runs in his eight overs. He picked up a back injury in a mid-season one-day match against Middlesex and though he returned to the side late in the season, he did not play for any Somerset side after 1991.