Steven Thomas Finn is an English cricketer who is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm fast bowler. Finn made his first-class debut for Middlesex on 1 June 2005, playing against Cambridge UCCE at Fenner's. He became Middlesex's youngest debutant, beating the record set by 16-year-old Fred Titmus in 1949. Finn toured South Africa with the England Under-16 squad in 2005. He played in two Under-19 Test matches and three Under-19 ODIs against the Indian side that toured England in 2006, and in seven Under-19 ODIs in Malaysia in early 2007. In February and March 2010, he was part of the England Lions team to tour the United Arab Emirates, earning selection with a solid 2009 season of 53 wickets at 30.64. He was aged just 20, and became the 647th man to play Test cricket for England. He played in both Test matches, which England won by 181 runs and 10 wickets respectively. After an impressive start to the County season, including a 14-wicket match haul, he was chosen again to face Bangladesh, this time in England. In the first match at Lord's, his home debut, he took a 5-wicket-haul in the second innings as England won by eight wickets, finishing with nine wickets in the match. He went on to Old Trafford to take a second five-for, being named Player of the Series in his debutante international home season. Finn's performances during the summer saw him selected for England's squad for the 2010-11 Ashes series and he won the Best Emerging Player award at the 2010 ICC Awards. The following year Finn became the youngest Englishman to reach 50 Test wickets.