Harry Tector Biography: Early life, Age, Height, Professional life, Girlfriend, Facts & Networth

Harry Tector

Harry Tector Biography

Harry Tom Tector, a cricket player who plays for Ireland, was born on December 6, 1999, in Ireland. In 2016, Harry Tector competed for Ireland in the Under-19 Cricket World Cup. In the month of September of the year 2019, Tector made his full international debut for the Ireland cricket team. Harry Tector was one of nineteen players who received a central contract from Cricket Ireland in the month of January of the year 2020. This was the very first year that all the contracts were awarded on a full-time basis.

Domestic Career

On May 26, of the year 2017, Tector made his Twenty20 cricket debut for the Munster Reds in the Inter-Provincial Trophy.

Tector made his List A debut for the Northern Knights in the Interprovincial Cup on May 28 of the current year (2018). On May 29 of the current year (2018), Harry Tom Tector made his first-class debut for the Northern Knights at the Interprovincial Championship.

In the month of July in the year 2019, Tector was selected to play for the Dublin Chiefs in the first-ever Euro T20 Slam cricket league. Tector made his first century in first-class cricket later that month when playing for the Northern Knights against Leinster Lightning in the 2019 Inter-Provincial Championship.

Tector was appointed the new captain of the Northern Knights in the month of March of the year 2021, in time for the next 2021 season.

International Career

Tector was chosen to lead Ireland’s team at the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in the month of December of the year 2017. The International Cricket Council (ICC) designated Tector the team’s rising star after Ireland’s matches in the competition. With 8 wickets, Harry Tom Tector finished the tournament as Ireland’s top wicket-taker.

Tector won the title of Male Academy Player of the Year at the annual Cricket Ireland Awards in the month of November of the year 2018. Harry Tom Tector was one of nineteen players given a core contract by Cricket Ireland for the 2019 season the following month.

Tector was a member of Ireland’s T20I (Twenty 20 International) teams for the Oman Quadrangular Series and the series against Afghanistan in India in the month of January of the year 2019, although Harry Tom Tector did not participate in either match. Harry Tector was appointed captain of the Ireland Wolves team in the month of June of the year 2019 ahead of their home series against the Scotland A cricket team. Harry Tector was selected for the Ireland Tri-Nation Series 2019–20 T20I team in the month of September of the year 2019. On September 17, of the year 2019, against Scotland, Harry Tector made his Ireland T20I (Twenty 20 International) debut. In the later part of that month, Ireland’s team for the 2019 ICC T20 World Cup qualifier game in the United Arab Emirates included Harry Tector. The International Cricket Council (ICC) designated Harry Tector as Ireland’s squad’s player to watch before the competition. 

Tector was selected to lead the Ireland Wolves’ white-ball team on their trip to Bangladesh in the month of February of the year 2021. Tector was also selected as the series captain for the red-ball games after George Dockrell pulled out of the tour. Harry Tector was selected to lead the Ireland Wolves in their home series against the Netherlands A in the month of May of the year 2021. With 128 runs, including two half-centuries, Harry Tector amassed the most runs during the competition. Tector was included in the provisional Irish team for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in the month of September of the year 2021.

Tector recorded his first ODI (One Day International) century against New Zealand in the month of July of the year 2022, the first game of the series. Tector was selected for the Irish team to travel to Sri Lanka in the month of April of the year 2023 and Bangladesh in the month of March of the year 2023. Test, ODI, and T20 games make up the tour. On April 4, of the year 2023, Harry Tector faced Bangladesh in his first Test match. Harry Tector became the first Irish player to reach 50 runs in a Test debut with 50 runs in his first innings.

Personal Life

Charlie Tector, a rugby union player, is Harry Tom Tector’s cousin.

Bio Data

Full name: Harry Tom Tector

Born: 6 December 1999 

Age:  23 Years

Birth Place: Dublin, Ireland

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm off break

Role: Middle-order batsman

Relations: Jack Tector (brother)

Tim Tector (brother)