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Marcus Harris

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

AGE
25
HEIGHT
173CM
BORN

Perth

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

VIC

VIC

Bio

Debuting for Western Australia in 2011 as an 18-year-old, opener Marcus Harris entered the record books in just his third first-class match as the youngest Australian to score a first-class 150.

His 157 against Queensland broke a 115-year record held by former Australia batsman Clem Hill and established Harris as a player to watch.

Twelve months later, Harris reached triple figures for the second time in his career when he struck 114 against South Australia before he yo-yoed in and out of the side.

He started the 2014-15 season well, making 121 from 112 balls in a 50-over match against the touring United Arab Emirates side.

Harris made the move to Victoria for the 2016-17 domestic season.

 

Harris bolsters Test hopes with fine knock

Another impressive knock from Magellan Ashes hopeful Marcus Harris sees him continue his strong start to the JLT Sheffield Shield after striking a fine 86 against Tasmania


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In-form Harris hits unbeaten half-century

Coming off a century in Victoria's most recent Sheffield Shield match, opener Marcus Harris again led the way with a quickfire 61 against Tasmania


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Harris slays SA with terrific ton

An outstanding century from Marcus Harris on day two of their Shield clash with South Australia has tipped the match in the hosts' favour.


Harris happy to fly under the radar

As a seemingly endless stream of Test hopefuls dominate the Ashes conversation, Victoria's opener continues to impress


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Harris jives in the big dance again

Opener's century puts Victoria into the box seat after first day of Sheffield Shield final in Alice Springs


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