Sam Harper was born on December 10, 1996, is an Australian cricketer. He is known for playing as a wicket keeper and batsman in his team, and his batting style is right-hand bat. And he is primarily known to bat in the top-order position.
Full name: Samuel Bryan Harper
Date of birth: December 1996
Height: 168 cm (5 feet, 6 Inches)
Birthplace: Wantirna, Australia
In 2022, Harper was studying for a Bachelor of Health and Physical Education at Deakin University.
He started cricket professionally in 2015, when he was just 19–20 years old.
Let’s take a look at Sam Harper’s cricket career and debut.
Harper made his first-class debut on February 3, 2016 in the Victoria vs. Tasmania match in Melbourne. And he has a chance to play 33 FC matches so far, where he has scored 1166 runs with two centuries and five fifties.
List A Debut
And he made his List A debut on August 13 against SA A at NPS Townsville. And he got the chance to play only 25 List A matches so far, where he scored 552 runs with Zero Century and 4 Half-Centuries.
And then he made his T20 debut on 26 December 2016 in Stars vs Hurricanes in Hobart. And he had the opportunity to play 65 T20s so far where he scored 1206 runs with Zero Century and 7 Half-Centuries.
Sam Harper’s estimated net worth is $5 million.
While specific details about his family may not be extensively publicized, it’s clear that behind every boundary scored and every wicket kept, there is a backdrop of familial support and pride.
Details about Sam Harper’s personal life, including his romantic relationships, are generally kept private, and as of my last knowledge update in January 2022, there is no widely known information available about his girlfriend.
Latest News About
Sam Harper hospitalised after blow to the head
He was taken to the hospital via ambulance after a nasty blow to the head at training, but scans have cleared him of a fracture, despite suffering a laceration to his chin and neck.
Harper was training with the Stars squad at the MCG on Friday ahead of Saturday’s clash against the Sydney Sixers when he was struck in the head while batting in the nets.
While attempting to play a ramp shot he was hit on the chin with the ball lodging under the grill of his helmet, causing a severe laceration near his throat. Harper was immediately treated by the Stars’ medical team to control the bleeding.