Grace Harris (T20 cricket) is a right-handed batter and right-arm off-spin bowler who made her debut for Australia in a T20 international against Ireland on a UK tour in 2015. Grace had been added to the squad to replace the injured Delissa Kimmince, later to become her sister-in-law after marrying her older sister Laura. Her reputation grew after she made 103 from 55 balls – and also took four wickets – in a match for the Brisbane Heat against the Sydney Sixers in the debut Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) season after returning from the UK tour. This was the first century in the competition. In January 2016, Grace was named in the Australian squad for one-day and T20 internationals against India, but then struggled to maintain her place in the team. In 2018, she clobbered the fastest WBBL century ever, taking only 42 balls. Grace was added to the Australian squad for 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand but didn’t take the field in any matches during the tournament.
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