Ian Harvey has played for several teams like Australia, Yorkshire, Victoria, ICL World XI, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Derbyshire and Cape Cobras. In the ICL, he represents Chennai Superstars. He was a right handed batsman and right arm medium bowler.

Ian Harvey debuted in ODI cricket on 4th December 1997 at Sydney (Sydney Cricket Ground) and the opponent was South Africa. In this match, he bowled 10 overs, out of which 1 was maiden, conceded 33 runs and took 1 wicket. He took 1 catch and had Shaun Pollock run out. The No. 7 batting slot was allocated to him where he faced 11 deliveries and scored 4 runs. South Africa won this match by 67 runs.

The Chennai Superstars won the initial inaugural Twenty20 title and more importantly, Harvey was the Player of the Series. During the second season of the ICL, Harvey continued to play impressively with the bat and ball.

Role All Rounder
Born 10 Apr 1972
Nationality Australia Australia
Team History
Southern Rocks Southern Rocks 2010
Northamptonshire County Cricket Club Northamptonshire County 2009
Hampshire County Cricket Club Hampshire County 2008
Derbyshire County Cricket Club 2007
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club Gloucestershire County 1999 - 2006
Cape Cobras Cape Cobras 2005 - 2006
Victorian Bushrangers Victorian Bushrangers 1993 - 2005
Yorkshire County Cricket Club Yorkshire County 2004 - 2005
54 australia national cricket team Australia 1997 - 2004

Career Highlights

In the 73 ODIs that he played in, Ian Harvey bowled 3279 deliveries and conceded 2577 runs while picking 85 wickets. His bowling average was 30.31, economy rate was 4.71 and bowling strike rate was 38.5. He scored 715 runs with 48 not out as the highest score. He bashed 8 sixers and 65 boundaries and took 17 catches. His batting strike rate was 88.16 and batting average was 17.87.

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