Grace Harris Biography: Husband, Career, Net Worth, WPL Salary

Grace Harris Biography:

Grace Harris is an Australian all-rounder cricketer who plays for the Australia women’s cricket team internationally.

Grace Harris Biography
Grace Harris (Left) playing for UP Warriorz in the WPL 2024: Photo taken from Instagram

Grace Harris made her international Women’s ODI debut against India in 2016 and is currently a member of the UP Warriorz Women’s Premiere League squad.

Grace Harris: Bio-data

Grace Margaret Harris
Date of BirthSeptember 18, 1993
BirthplaceIpswich, Queensland, Australia
Sibling (Sister)Laura Harris
Acting RoleAll Rounder
Batting StyleRight Handed
Bowling StyleRight Arm Off break
Domestic TeamsQueensland (2010 – current)
Brisbane Heat (2015 – 2016)
Melbourne Renegades (2016 – 2017)
Brisbane Heat (2017 – Current)
UP Warriorz (2023 – Current) Indian Women’s Premiere League
London Spirit (2023 – Current)
Women’s ODI DebutFebruary 2, 2016 for Australia against India
Women’s T20I DebutAugust 19, 2015 for Australia against Ireland
MatchesWODI: 10
WT20I: 42
W List A: 73
WT20: 139
Balls BowledWODI: 390
WT20I: 174
W List A: 2682
WT20: 1696
Balling AverageWODI: 20.36
WT20I: 17.77
W List A: 25.25
WT20: 21.28
Wickets TakenWODI: 11
WT20I: 9
W List A: 76
WT20: 87
Runs ScoredWODI: 15
WT20I: 408
W List A: 1338
WT20: 2104
Batting AverageWODI: 3.00
WT20I: 21.47
W List A: 27.87
WT20: 17.98
Height5 Feet 11 Inch (170 cm)
ReligionChristianity

Grace Harris Husband:

Grace Harris is officially unmarried. It is reported that the 30 years old Australian all-rounder is currently single, and there is no information about her dating any one as well.

Any rumor about Grace Harris being involved with anyone is unverified and unconfirmed. Grace has not revealed her personal dating life and has not ever talked about there being any partner of hers.

Grace Harris Career:

Grace Harris started playing cricket when she was 15 yrs old and quickly displayed a natural passionate talent for the sport. Grace Harris is a All-rounder who has played many domestic Women’s Cricket matches starting as a member of Queensland fire in 2010. Grace Harris started playing internationally for Australia in the year 2015 and was selected for the Australian Women’s WT20I team against Ireland.

Grace Harris career

Domestic Career: Grace Harris made her debut for Queensland Fire Women’s cricket team in the year 2010 when she was only 16 years old and soon became a regular member of the team. She was selected to play for the Brisbane Heat in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) in 2015. She scored 103 runs off just 55 balls and also took 4 wickets in her second match against Sydney Sixers and became a key player for the team, helping them win their first WBBL title in 2019. She was also named the Player of the Match.

Grace Harris Biography

She was again selected in the Brisbane Heat’s squad for the 2018–19 Women’s Big Bash League in December 2018. She scored the fastest innings of 100 runs in the WBBL on 42 balls on December 19, 2018. She scored 2 centuries in 2 days for Western Suburbs in the Queensland Premier Cricket league held in December 2020.

International Cricket: Grace Harris was selected in the Australian Cricket Team in the year 2015 for the WT20I. She was named as replacement for Delissa Kimmince in the T20I squad in June 2015, and made her T20I debut against the Ireland Women’s T20I team on August 19, 2015 as the part of Australian women’s cricket team in England.

Grace Harris Biography
Grace Harris in Bangalore: Photo taken from Instagram

Grace Harris was named in national squad for WODI and T20I for Australia in January 2016 to be played against India. She made her Women’s ODI debut on February 2, 2016 for Australia against India held at Canberra. Additionally, she has played in 10 WODI and 42 WT20I matches so far. She played as a member of the Australian squad that won the 2018 ICC Women’s World T20, where she scored 8 runs on 5 balls and took a wicket.

Grace Harris was named in Australia’s A squad against England A in January 2022. These matches were played alongside the Women’s Ashes. She was also named in Australia’s team for the 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup held in New Zealand in January 2022.

Grace Harris was named in Australia’s team in May 2022 for the cricket tournament at the 2022 Commonwealth Games held in Birmingham, England. She was also named in the Australia’s Test squad for their Ashes series in England. She is yet to make her international Test cricket debut.

Grace Harris WPL Career:

Grace Harris was selected in the UP Warriorz Women’s Premiere League cricket team in their inaugural season for a base price of Rs 30 Lakhs and an auction price of Rs 75 Lakhs. She made her WPL debut on March 10, 2023 for UP Warriorz against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Grace Harris was again bought for Rs 75 lakh by the UP Warriorz at the WPL auction for 2024. The UP Warriorz have won 2 matches and lost 2 matches so far winning the latest match against Gujarat Giants on March 1, 2024 with a brilliant performance by Grace Harris.

Grace Harris Family:

Grace Harris is an Australian born cricketer and not much is known of her family or personal life. Her known relations involve her older sister Laura Harris who is also a cricketer and has played alongside as well as against Grace in her career.

Laura Harris was married to fellow cricketer Delissa Kimmince after 4 yrs of dating in the year 2020. Delissa Kimmince was also a part of the same team as Grace Harris in the 2015 WT20I but was injured and Grace was named as her replacement. Delissa later became Grace’s Sister-in-Law.

Grace Harris Net Worth and Records:

Net Worth: Grace Harris has a Net Worth of approximately 5 Million Dollars as in 2023. Her WBBL salary is around 7000 Dollars to 11000 Dollars.

WPL Salary: Grace Harris was placed on Auction for a base price of Rs 30 Lakhs and was bought by the UP Warriorz for a price of Rs 75 Lakhs.

Grace Harris Records:

  • 3rd rank for Most runs in an innings (64) in WT20I
  • 24th rank for Longest intervals between appearances (6y 241d) in WODI
  • Grace Harris received the WPL’s orange cap on March 1, 2024 for being the leading run scorer after scoring 153 runs in her four innings with an average of 76.50 and at a strike rate of 168.13.
  • Grace Harris also holds a Gold Medal for her performance in Commonwealth Games held in Birmingham in the year 2022.

Grace Harris Interests:

Grace Harris is actively involved on social media on Instagram and Twitter. She enjoys posting her achievements and travels. She likes dogs and often shares memes on Twitter too.

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