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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
23
HEIGHT
173CM
BORN

Perth

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

Scarborough

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, hitting 121 from 112 balls in a 50-over match against the touring United Arab Emirates side.


Bancroft and Marsh pile on runs for WA

Just the one wicket fell on day one of the WA v QLD Shield clash at the WACA, with Cameron Bancroft, Shaun Marsh and Marcus Harris helping the Warriors to 1/321


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Highlights of Marcus Harris' 50

Marcus Harris hit 65 off 118 balls for Western Australia as he and Cameron Bancroft put on 116 for the first wicket in their Shield clash against the Bulls


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Marcus Harris makes crucial ton for WA

After NSW Blues quick Doug Bollinger put Western Australia on the backfoot with early breathroughs, Marcus Harris' timely ton helped steady the ship for the Warriors


Langer farewells 'frustrating' Harris

Opening batsman leaves for Victoria amid interesting comments from Warriors coach


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Bancroft, Harris steady Warriors

Warriors pair hit back with timely knocks after Bollinger wreaked havoc at the WACA Ground on day two


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Shuffled Harris shows value of fighting spirit

Pushed out of WA by returning Test players, Marcus Harris proves his worth in leading the CA XI to their maiden win