Heralded as the bright young prospect in English cricket, Harry captained England U19 in 2017, and in 2021 had a breakthrough year where his performances in county cricket and The Hundred led to him being awarded both the PCA and CWC young player of the year award. Since then, he has made his England debut in the t20 format and been a part of ODI and t20 squads and has played round the world in the BBL for Hobart Hurricanes and for Lahore Qalanders in 2022, where Harry scored a sensational century off just 47 balls.
An outstanding prospect, Harry had the honour of being England Under 19 World Cup captain in 2018 and was the teams leading run scorer throughout the tournament. Harry made his debut at First Class level against a touring Pakistan A team whilst he was still at school. He has since gone on to play all 3 formats for Yorkshire.
Harry has gone on to represent the England Men’s team and was part of their thrilling World Cup win in Australia, playing a vital role.
Harry is set to be a part of the upcoming Ashes series in England against Australia.
Harry has a passion for winter sports and grew up skiing twice a year from his Grandmas apartment in France. Closer to home, Harry enjoys playing squash and spending time on the golf course and is currently playing off a handicap of 6.
Harry is very close to his family and even living away from home still makes sure he catches up with is immediate family and his grandma multiple times a week.
Prostate cancer is a cause that is close to Harry’s heart. He lost his grand father to prostate cancer and has previously undertaken ambassador roles for the charity. This is something that he hopes to continue in the future.