Welsh professional cricketer James Alexander Russell Harris was born in Morriston, a Swansea suburb, on May 16, 1990. Right-handed batsman and right-arm fast bowler Harris played for Middlesex (2013–2021) and Glamorgan (2007–2012). On July 23, 2021, he stated that he would be returning to Glamorgan for the 2022 season.

James Harris
James Harris

At the age of 17, he made his debut in his first class in 2007. He took 5-52 in the second innings to back up his first-innings 7-66 against Gloucestershire, giving him final numbers of 12-118, making him the youngest player ever to take 10 or more wickets in a County Championship game.

Amazingly, in just his fourth first-class game, Harris quickly followed this by scoring a magnificent 87 not out in a record-breaking 185-run partnership with Robert Croft against Nottinghamshire at Swansea, becoming the youngest Glamorgan player to reach a half-century with the bat.

When Harris took 3/48 against the Netherlands, he was the youngest player ever for Glamorgan 2nd XI and Wales Minor Counties, both at the age of 14 years and 353 days. He led the England Under-16 squad in 2006, and at age 15, he committed to playing for Glamorgan. At the age of 17, he made his debut in his first class in 2007.

Player Profile:

Player NameJames Harris
Born May 16, 1990
TeamGlamorgan
RoleBowler
NationalityEngland
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In just his fourth first-class game, Harris quickly followed this by scoring a magnificent 87 not out in a record-breaking 185-run partnership with Robert Croft against Nottinghamshire at Swansea, becoming the youngest player for Glamorgan to reach a half-century with the bat.

When he took out Phil Jaques during Glamorgan’s victory against Worcestershire on April 28, 2010, he made history by becoming the club’s youngest player to record 100 first-class dismissals.

James Harris
James Haris

On August 31, Glamorgan announced that Harris would be departing the county at the conclusion of the 2012 domestic season after declining a hefty new contract offer and exercising an option under his present deal.