Lord Harris

Full name:George Robert Canning Harris
Born:3rd February 1851, St Ann, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Died:24th March 1932, Belmont, Throwley, Kent, England
Batting:Right-hand batter
Bowling:round arm Right-arm fast
Biography:Succeeded his father as 4th Baron Harris of Seringapatam and Mysore, and of Belmont, in November 1872. Governor of Bombay 1890-95. Chairman, South African Consolidated Goldfields; Director, London, Chatham and Dover Railway and other companies. Chairman, County Cricket Council 1887-89. President of MCC 1895-96 (the first Test cricketer to hold the post), and MCC Treasurer 1916-32.
Education:Christ Church, Oxford University
Relations:Nephew: NE Haig; Son: GS Harris; Uncle: WM Jervis
Teams:England (Test: 1878/79-1884);
Kent (Main FC: 1870-1911);
Oxford University (Main FC: 1871-1874);
All teams
Eton College Captain: 1870
Kent Captain: 1875 - 1889
Kent cap: 1882
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Brief profile of Lord Harris
Pictures:Portrait of Lord Harris
 Lord Harris going out to bat, 1922
 Batting Portrait of Lord Harris

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Test Career Batting and Fielding (1878/79-1884)
Test Career Bowling (1878/79-1884)

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1870-1911)
First-Class Career Bowling (1870-1911)