In 2020, Wakefield youngster Harry travelled to South Africa as part of the England group that lifted the U19s World Cup Plate.
However, it was the summer of 2021 that really put Yorkshire’s wicketkeeper/batter on the cricketing map.
A maiden fifty against Lancashire in the Royal London One Day Cup at the end of May was followed by his first senior century in late July.
The ton was of further note: at 19 years and 322 days, Harry became the youngest Yorkshire player to make a List A century since Sachin Tendulkar in 1992 (The Little Master was 19 years and 100 days old).
This year watch out for Harry on both sides of the stumps for Yorkshire’s First XI.