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James Harris

Team flagENG33 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

James Harris Recent Form

Batting

GLM vs NOR, First class0 (2)
GLM vs DBS, First class61 (89) *
GLM vs DBS, First class4 (8)
GLM vs YORKS, First class0 (1)
GLM vs WORCS, First class17 (36)
GLM vs WORCS, First class14 (40)
GLM vs LEIC, First class47 (112)
GLM vs SUS, First class11 (38)
GLM vs SUS, First class8 (16)
GLM vs DUR, First class0 (4)
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Bowling

GLM vs NOR, First class1-72
GLM vs DBS, First class2-24
GLM vs DBS, First class3-28
GLM vs MDX, First class0-85
GLM vs DBS, First class0-40
GLM vs DBS, First class3-85
GLM vs YORKS, First class3-131
GLM vs WORCS, First class3-74
GLM vs WORCS, First class3-39
GLM vs GLCS, First class1-88
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James Harris Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
T20-Blast22400350.004.0000----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
T20-Blast22011.600.000/29000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

T20-Blast Debut
Glamorgan v Gloucestershire Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, 7-6-2022

Teams played for

England U19 Glamorgan Middlesex England Lions Kent

About James Harris

NameJames Harris
GenderMale
Birth16 May 1990
Birth PlaceMorriston, Swansea, Glamorgan
Height6ft
NationalityEnglish

One of the most promising all-rounders to ever grace the English domestic circuit, James Harris is a professional cricketer for Middlesex County. Having previously been regarded as primarily a bowler, James’ batting prowess came on in leaps and bounds during the 2019 season, averaging over 40 in both Test and One-day format. He was the first 17-year-old to take a seven-wicket haul and earned a full call-up to the England T20 squad in 2012 although he was not selected.... continue reading

Player Bio

One of the most promising all-rounders to ever grace the English domestic circuit, James Harris is a professional cricketer for Middlesex County. Having previously been regarded as primarily a bowler, James’ batting prowess came on in leaps and bounds during the 2019 season, averaging over 40 in both Test and One-day format. He was the first 17-year-old to take a seven-wicket haul and earned a full call-up to the England T20 squad in 2012 although he was not selected.

After making his debut in 2007, Welshman Harris has enjoyed a long county career with Glamorgan and, since 2013, Middlesex. He has over 500 first-class wickets, including a career-best of 9/34 against Durham before claiming 16 wickets in seven red-ball appearances as Middlesex lifted the Division One title in 2016.

Long touted as an international prospect, representing England Lions, the Swansea-born all-rounder dream of representing England at the top-most level never became true. His career started declining after 2017 and he started to play less frequently. Harris bounced back in the summer of 2018 when he scalped 61 championship wickets, the most by anyone in the country and averaged over 30 with the bat.

A true all-rounder, his experience and temperament are certainly helpful for the young cricketers making their way into the club from the Academy. 

(As of July 2021)