Grace Harris is a well-known figure among WBBL fans, renowned for her exceptional performances with the bat, ball, and even on the microphone. This outgoing and hard-hitting allrounder first gained recognition when she made her debut for the Australian squad during the 2015 Ashes series, stepping in for the injured Delissa Kimmince. Her debut match was against Ireland, and in her initial six T20I appearances, she left an indelible mark, showcasing her prowess as a big-hitter and a valuable bowler.
While Harris had a brief period out of the Australian team after 2016, she continued to shine for the Brisbane Heat, contributing significantly to their consecutive title wins. Moreover, she played a pivotal role in Queensland’s victory in the Women’s National Cricket League during the 2020-21 season.
Harris’ consistent and impactful performances didn’t go unnoticed by the national selectors, and her dedication and skill earned her a call-up to the national squad in preparation for the 2022 Ashes series.