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Ryan Harris

Bowler

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Did you know?

 Inquired if he was able to get hold of England opener Michael Carberry’s bat that he snapped in two during the final Ashes Test of the 2013-14 summer, only to learn it had already been donated to the Bradman Museum in Bowral.

Bowler

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AGE
40
HEIGHT
181CM
BORN

Sydney

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

QLD

QLD
LOCAL CLUB

Toombul

Bio

After a lengthy apprenticeship in domestic cricket, injury meant the beginning of Ryan Harris’s international career was as frustrating as it was impressive.

After taking six wickets on Test debut in 2010, Harris’s ageing body meant he was restricted to just 12 Tests in the following two years.

But when he finally got some luck on the injury front for the 2013 Ashes tour of the UK, Harris’s true class was allowed to shine through.

He took 24 wickets in four Tests in England before picking up another 22 scalps in the return series in Australia.

Then came arguably his finest moment when he steered Australia to a famous series win in South Africa with a seven-wicket haul in Cape Town.

With his battered right knee in desperate need of intensive surgery, a wounded Harris produced one last heroic effort to bowl Australia to victory with just 27 balls to spare.

 

Ryno's Boxing Day Test knock for the ages

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Harris's epic inside tale of 2014 Cape Town decider

Ryan Harris talks us through the gripping third Test between South Africa and Australia when the visitors usurped the world No.1 Test team


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Hussey, Harris latest legends to join Aussie staff

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Be patient with next gen: Harris

Former Test quick and Cricket Australia high-performance coach wants young guns to be given time to flourish in first-class cricket


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