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Steve Harmison Signed Cricket Bat

You are looking at a signed piece of cricket memorabilia. An Autographed 'Steve Harmison' Mini Bat, with photos and plaque of the England and Durham cricketer.
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Steve Harmison Signed Cricket Bat
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You are looking at a signed piece of cricket memorabilia. An Autographed 'Steve Harmison' Mini Bat, with photos and plaque of the England and Durham cricketer. This is all comes in a superb made wooden frame,with styrene glass for safe delivery through the post. 

Steve Harmison Bibliography;

Stephen James Harmison MBE was born 23 October 1978 in Ashington, Northumberland and is an English cricketer. Primarily a fast bowler, he represented England in 63 Tests, 58 ODI's, and 2 T20's. He also plays county cricket for Durham.
He made his Test and ODI debut for England in 2002, and achieved modest success in these early stages of his career, showing promise as a capable strike bowler for England. This was borne out during the tour of the West Indies in 2003-04, where he produced some of his finest bowling and went on to become the highest wicker-taker in the series. He followed it up by playing a vital role in England's victory in the 2005 Ashes series, and was selected as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2005. At the time, he was regarded as one of the world's best fast bowlers.
His performance following the 2005 Ashes victory was inconsistent, and he announced his retirement from ODI's in 2006. His problems were compounded by niggling fitness worries and intense competition for a place in the English team. Although he came out of ODI retirement in 2008, his place in the squad was never permanent, ultimately leading to his being dropped since 2009. His last Test for England was the final test of the 2009 Ashes series, and he played his last ODI against West Indies in the same year.Although he has not announced formal retirement from the game, it is generally believed that he is unlikely to make a comeback to the national team again.
His success during his prime was attributed to his ability to extract bounce from any pitch - mainly due to his height being 6'4" - and his ability to swing the ball while maintaining speeds of over 90 mph. However, his lack of consistency often led to lethal spells being mixed up with equally bad bowling (a notable example is the opening ball of the 2006 Ashes, which he bowled straight to second slip, resulting in a wide that media commentators dubbed as "the worst ball in history".). Nevertheless, his ability with the ball was never questioned; in 2007, former Australian cricketer Shane Warne named Harmison in his list of 50 greatest cricketers, stating: "on his day, he is one of the most awkward bowlers to face in the world".



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