Grace Harris Age, Height, Weight, Family, Biography, Husband, Net Worth

Grace Harris is an Australian Cricketer. She played for the UP Warriorz Women in the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL). She has played for the Queensland Fire cricket team in the Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL) and the Brisbane Heat cricket team in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL).

Grace Harris Age, Height, Weight, Family, Biography, Husband, Net Worth

Quick Information

NameGrace Harris
Real nameGrace Margaret Harris
Profession                                        Cricketer (all-rounder)
Date of birth18 September 1993 (Saturday)
BirthplaceIpswich, Queensland, Australi
Age31 years old (As of 2024)
NationalityAustralian
Zodiac SignVirgo
GenderFemale
SchoolBrigidine College, Indooroopilly, Queensland, Australia
Boyfriend/SpouseNot Known
Sexual OrientationStraight
Jersey Number#48 (Australia) #48 (WPL) #17 (WBBL)
Batting StyleRight-handed
Bowling StyleRight-arm off-break
Awards, Honours2021: Brisbane Heat’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award2021: Women’s Big Bash League Team of the tournament

Early Life

Grace Margaret Harris was born on Saturday, 18 September 1993 in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. Her zodiac sign is Virgo. She completed her schooling at Brigidine College, Indooroopilly, Queensland. After completing her schooling, she pursued a veterinary course.

Education Qualification

SchoolBrigidine College, Indooroopilly, Queensland, Australia
CollageNot Known
Education qualificationVeterinary Nursing

Age

Grace Margaret Harris was born on Saturday, 18 September 1993 (age 31 years old; as of 2024) in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. Her zodiac sign is Virgo.

Age31 years old (as of 2024)
Zodiac signVirgo
NationalityAustralian

Family & Relationship

Grace’s father’s name is Jim Harris and her mother’s name is Maree Harris. She has three siblings, a brother, Harry Davis, and two sisters, Eliza Harris and Laura Harris. Laura is a cricketer.

Parents NameFather– Jim Harris
Mother– Maree Harris
Sister’s NameEliza Harris, Laura Harris
Brother’s NameHarry Davis
HusbandNot Known
Grace Harris Age, Height, Weight, Family, Biography, Husband, Net Worth

Husband

Grace Harris has no husband as of now. According to multiple sources, She is very much focused on her career right now and isn’t looking to get married anytime soon.

Boyfriend Not Known
Husband NameNot Known
Marital statusUnmarried
KidsNone

Height and Weight

HeightIn centimeters – 170 cm In meters – 1.7 m In feet & inches – 5’7”
WeightIn kilograms – 65 kg In pounds – 145 lbs
Eyes ColourBrown
Hair ColourBlack
Body measurement34-27-34

Grace Harris WPL

Grace Harris was bought by WPL team UP Warriors for the whopping price of INR 75 Lakh. She played the first match most spectacularly as she played a match-winning knock of 59 off 28 deliveries. She struck 7 boundaries and 3 huge sixes in her innings. Hope she continues the form and helps her team throughout the tournament.

Grace Harris Age, Height, Weight, Family, Biography, Husband, Net Worth

Grace Harris’s Net Worth

Net worth – 2023$2 – $5 Million + (Approx)
Net worth in Indian rupeesINR – 15-40 Crore + (Approx)
Yearly IncomeNot Known
Monthly IncomeNot Known
Annual ExpensesNot Known

Some Lesser Facts

  • She played alongside her older sister Laura Harris at Brisbane Heat and Queensland Women.
  • In 2023, the UP Warriorz women signed her before the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL). Her sister, Laura Harris, was signed by the Delhi Capitals.
  • She often posts pictures of her pet dog, (Dalmatian) Dorrie, on social media; Harris named Dorrie after her favorite brand of chips, Doritos.
  • Grace was an ardent fan of the Brisbane Broncos and Queensland Maroons.
  • In March 2023, London Spirit announced the signing of Grace ahead of the 2023 season of The Hundred; this was the first time she was signed for The Hundred.
  • She took a three-wicket haul against New South Wales in the WNCL group stage match on 23 September 2022; two days later she scored 77 runs (not out) from 51 balls against them and was named player of the match.
  • In an interview, she revealed that she was inspired by former Indian skipper MS Dhoni and added that she watched many of his videos and it helped her to regain her calmness while she was batting.
  • In 2021, Harris won her first-ever WNCL title. In the final against the Victoria Women, she scored 20 runs and took a four-wicket haul at an economy of 4.37; Queensland Women won by 112 runs.
  • On 14 November 2020, she took four wickets in three overs at an economy of 5.33 and scored 32 runs from 41 balls against the Adelaide Strikers Women.
  • She scored a half-century (81 and not out) from 52 balls with a strike rate of 155.76 against the Melbourne Stars on 8 November 2020.
  • On 25 October 2020, in the opening match of the 2020-2021 season of the Women’s Big Bash League, she scored 53 runs from 37 balls against the Perth Scorchers and was named the player of the match.
  • On 4 February 2020, she took two catches, scored 53 runs from 52 balls, and took a three-wicket haul against the Victoria Women in the WNCL group stage match; she was named the player of the match.
  • Grace scored 42 runs from 27 balls and bowled four overs at an economy of 8.00 against her former team Melbourne Renegades Women in the semi-final of the WBBL on 7 December 2019.
  • On 22 November 2019, she scored 43 runs from 27 balls against the Hobart Hurricanes and was instrumental in her team’s 7-run victory.
  • She scored 32 runs and took one wicket against the Hobart Hurricanes Women in the WBBL on 31 December 2018.
  • She scored 289 runs from 12 matches in the first season (2015-2016) of the WBBL with a strike rate of 154.54.
  • In January 2016, Grace was named to the Australian squad for one-day and T20 internationals against the Indian Women’s team; however, she struggled to cement her place in the squad and was left out of the Australian team.
  • On 5 December 2015, she scored 42 runs from 21 balls against the Melbourne Stars in the opening match of the WBBL at the Junction Oval stadium in Melbourne.
  • She scored 152 runs and took seven wickets from seven matches in the 2014-2015 season of the WNCL.
  • In her second season in the WNCL, she scored 88 runs and took one wicket from six matches between October 2011 and January 2012.
  • She started playing cricket at the age of 14 and played for the Western Suburbs District Cricket Club.

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