Harry Tector(Cricketer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Family, Career, Net Worth, Wife, & More
Harry Tector is an Ireland cricketer who lives in Dublin, Ireland. He is an batsman who plays as right-hand. Tector first appeared in 2016 Under-19 World Cup. In Irish inter-provincial cricket team, he has played for Munster Reds 2017, and then transferred to Northem Knights from 2018-21 and now, 2022 in Leinster Lightning team.
|Real name||Harry Tector|
|Date of Birth||December 6, 1999|
|Age (as 2022)||23 years old|
|Birth Place||Dublin, Ireland|
|Parents||Father: Name Not Known |
Mother: Name Not Known
|Siblings||Brother: Tim and Jack|
|Net worth||$3 million (Approx.)|
Birth & Early Life
Harry Tector was born on December 6, 1999 at Dublin, Ireland. Tector has two brother, they both also plays for Irish cricket team.
Tector has started his career while playing for Munster Reds in 2017 Inter-Provincial Trophy in T-20 tournament. He made his T-20 tournament debut against Northern Knights on May 26, 2017. After that, Tector appeared in 2018 Inter Provincial Cup and he made his debut in List A for Northern Knights against North-West Warriors on May 28, 2018. From 2018-July 2022, in List A he made 2227 runs in 65 innings with 113 highest score. Later on, Tector was part of 2018 Inter-Provincial Championship and made his First-Class debut against Leinster on May 29, 2018. Tector was part of Euro T-20 Slam cricket tournament, where he was playing for Dublin Chiefs in July 2019. After that in 2021, he was named as the captain of Northern Knights in 2021 season.
Tector was selected for as the captain of Ireland’s squad for 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in December 2017. In that tournament, he was rising star of the squad. He took 8 wickets in that tournament. After Under-19 World Cup, Tector was selected for Ireland T-20 International squad against Afghanistan in Oman Quadrangular Series, which was going to held in India, but he did not get chance to play on field. Later on, Tector was selected Ireland Wolves as captain for home series against Scotland A team. After that, he was named in T-20 International squad for 2019-20 Ireland Tri-Nation Series in September 2019. Tector made his T-20 debut against Scotland on September 17, 2019. He was selected for Ireland’s squad for the 2019 ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup Qualifier tournament in UAE in same month of his debut.
After that tournament, Tector was selected for Ireland’s Under-21 squad for ODI series against England in behind closed doors ( the spectators are not allowed). He made his One Day International (ODI) against England on July 30, 2020. From 2020-July 2022, Tector has appeared in 23 games and scored 895 runs with 2 century.
After his debut in ODI, in next year Tector was selected as white ball captain in Ireland Wolves squad for Bangladesh tour on February 2021. In that month, George Dockrell withdrew from Bangladesh tour, after that Tector also became red-ball captain. Later on, he was selected for Ireland’s squad for 2021 ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup.
Now, 2022 he is the part of 2022 ICC Men’s T-20 World Cup on September 20, 2022.
|International Debut||T-20: September 17, 2019 against Scotland |
ODI: July 30, 2020 against England
|Domestic debut||T-20 tournament: May 26, 2017 against Northern Knights |
List A: May 28, 2018 against North-West Worries
First-Class: May 29, 2018 against Leinster
Harry Tector was married with his longtime girlfriend Gaby Lewis. She is also a former cricket who plays for Irish cricket team. Gaby plays as all-rounder. They both had married on July 22, 2019 at Dublin, Ireland.
|Marriage Date||July 22, 2019|
|Height||6 feet 1 inch|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
Facts of Harry Tectors
- Harry Tectors has married with the former cricketer Gaby Lewis.
- Tectors scored his maiden ODI century on July 10, 2022 against New Zealand.
- On June 26, 2022, he scored 64 runs off 33 balls (not out) against India, but Ireland went to loss.