Full name David Harris
Born December 19, 1930, Alberton, South Australia
Died August 8, 2007, Henley Beach, South Australia (aged 76 years 232 days)
Major teams South Australia
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1953/54 - 1959/60|
David Harris made little impression in the South Australia side in three seasons, but after a year away he returned in 1957-58 with 529 runs at 35.26 including six fifties. He alternated between opening and the No. 3 slot the following summer but did not recapture his form and after two matches in 1959-60 he was dropped for good.
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