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Steve Harmison

Stephen James Harmison MBE (born 23 October 1978) is an English cricketer. Primarily a fast bowler, he represented England in 63 Tests, 58 ODI's, and 2 T20's.

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Ever remember Steve harmison's 1st ball in the ashes down in OZ in 06 well that what this freekick reminded me of
Trying to decide what was wider. That Harry Kane free-kick or Steve Harmison's opening ball of the Ashes in 2006! 🙈
Harry Kane free kick reminded me of Steve harmison first ball v Australia 2007 ashes!
Harry Kane takes a free kick like Steve Harmison bowls an opening ball at the Ashes
Harry Kane going all Steve Harmison on that free kick.
Watching the two episodes of The Toughest Trade, both Steve Harmison and Roberto Wallace come across very well
Steve Harmison: Fit again Steve Finn key to England winning South Afric
Alan Shearer, Graeme Swannn and Steve Harmison were among the former sports stars to take part in Sir Bobby Robson's charit…
why not come along and see Steve harmison at stonelow rd managing
Zaheer Khan was the best bowler in the world for a while. So was Steve Harmison. Make of it what you will
Steve harmison brings his ashington fc to stonelow road in the FA vase
on Saturday October 31st we welcome Steve Harmison's to stonelow road
it always comes back to cricket! I likened them to a Steve Harmison opening delivery!
22:35 A Question of Sport: Sue Barker is joined by Steve Harmison, Mark Selby, Becky Downie and Chris Sutton.
Paul Collingwood & Steve Harmison at the Riverside ground in Chester-le-Street (1999). Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA
Steve Harmison is slowly morphing into Jeremy Beadle
Little Giant Ladders
Chris Jordan bowls bigger wides than Steve harmison but *** he's a good fielder
I will accept both roles, I will tempt Matthew Hoggard and Steve Harmison back out of retirement
Take heart Aggers, last month Steve Harmison got a zero (and so did Phil Neale)
At any point while watching Game of Thrones, has John Snow ever reminded you Steve Harmison ?
England all out for 46. Alec Stewart's two 100s. Lara. Lara. Steve Harmison. The pitch that was like glass. The pitch that was too dangerous
Why am I only finding this out now?. England cricket legend Steve Harmison loves new role as non-League football boss
It may be a far cry from an opening day of an Ashes Test in Sydney or a tour date in St Lucia, but Former England bowler Steve Harmison
Yaya Toure's been on the same diet as Steve Harmison.
Steve Harmison is leading Ashington A.F.C., the minor league club in his hometown in northeast En
Former cricketer Steve Harmison is trying his hand at managing in the sport he has always loved.
English Cricket Star Embraces His First Love: Soccer: Steve Harmison, who retired from cricket in 2013, took 226 wickets as a fast bo...
Yellow card for Ashington gaffer Steve Harmison's brother James for a late challenge on Lee Chapman.
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I liked a video Steve Harmison, cuts Ricky Ponting, Blood runs down his face
Speaking of spot fixing, has anyone ever questioned Steve Harmison's first ball in the Ashes test at the Gabba?
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My mum - a cricket maven and poet - won a random prize (Kingfisher beers) to help send off the England cricket team to Sri Lanka, and took me along. Champagne reception at Lords! Here she is with two of our heroes, Ian Bell and Steve Harmison.
Russel Arnold is up there with commentary greats like Darren Gough and Steve Harmison
The Eagles are set to begin contract talks with Steve Harmison on Sunday. Potential top signing with the bouncy track at the nest
Former England fast bowler Steve Harmison claims Ashley Giles is the best man to coach England despite a tough winter.
Good news guys, Four Indian cricketers, including Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag , were Yesterday named in the ICC World X1 squads for the Super Series against Australia to be held in October. While Tendulkar, Sehwag and Rahul Dravid figured in both the one-day and Test squads of 20 players, leg spinner Anil Kumble has been included in the Test squad only. The ICC world XI ODI team will play three matches against Australia -_- in Melbourne on October 5, 7 and 9. The ICC Test teamwill play a six- day super Test in Sydney from October 14 to 19. Squads: Test: Andrew Flintoff, Michael Vaughan, Steve Harmison (England); Rahul Dravid, Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble (India); Brenden McCullum, Daniel Vettori (New Zealand); Shoaib Akhtar, Inzamam ul Haq, Younis Khan (Pakistan); Jaques Kallis, Mkhaya Ntini, Shaun *** Mark Bouncher, Graeme Smith (South Africa); Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka), Brian Lara, Shivnarine Chanderpaul (West Indies). ODI: Andrew Flintoff, Steve Harmison,
is back! Matthew Hoggard, Steve Harmison and Simon Jones preview the season ahead:
Ashley Giles should be given the chance to replace Andy Flower as Eng Test coach. according to former Eng cricketer Steve Harmison. ReP_"ALi"
Well, here's the Ashes series from 2006 onwards. Yep, I was awake so why not. 2006-07: Australia came into this series keen to win back the Ashes they'd surrendered at the Oval 15 months prior. England arrived missing their best batsman and captain Michael Vaughan, their first choice opener Marcus Trescothick and their No.1 strike bowler Steve Harmison desperately low on confidence. In the first test Australia won the toss, batted, and Harmison infamously bowled the first delivery to second slip. Hayden, Ponting and Hussey all scored hundreds as Australia racked 600. England's response, apart from Ian Bell, was insipid and they didn't notch 200. Stuart Clark and McGrath having some fun. Despite leading by over 400, Australia batted again, which gave Langer the chance to score a hundred. In their second innings, Bell, Pietersen and Collingwood all showed some fight for England with 50s. IT was hard to believe that the England team who won the toss and notched up 6-551 at Adelaide was the same side who had ...
Adam Gilchrist Bowling and hitting the stumps while Shoaib Akhtar,Steve Harmison,Andrew Flintoff,Jason Gillespie & Sreesanth missed in this event I dont know ...
What's with these English players? They have a knack of retiring or just taking off from a series mid way? Geoffrey Boycott, Steve Harmison and now Graeme Swann...
To my mind, the most talented batsman of his generation (1991-2006). His batting was a joy to watch. In one match, I had the privilege of viewing on TV Brian Lara single handedly taking West Indies to victory over a very strong Australian team with a superb unbeaten 150 adding more than 60 runs with the last two batsmen at the other end. Of course he still holds the world records for the highest Test match score of 400 not out against an England bowling attack of Steve Harmison, Mathew Hoggard, Andrew Flintoff and Simon Jones in 2004, besides the all time high first class score of 501 not out in English county cricket in 1994. When Lara made 400 he reclaimed the world record for highest Test score, having held it earlier after making 375 in 1994 against England, only to be broken in 2003 by Matthew Hayden who made 380 against Zimbabwe. In fact, no one since Bradman has built massive scores as often and as fast as Lara. He made 9 scores of over 200 and crossed 150 many times.
Former England fast bowler Steve Harmison, who also endured problems while on tour with his country, believes Warner's comments about Trott were "bang out of order". "Just remember this guy has a short memory," Harmison told BBC Radio 5 live. "Six months ago this guy attacked an England cricketer and every time any England player was asked they said Cricket Australia were dealing with it. "That showed respect. David Warner's mouth was three seconds quicker than his brain. It sums him up. He might be a fantastic, explosive cricketer but every time that bloke opens his mouth something stupid comes out of it. "I've defended him a lot as I used to play with him but that was the final straw, it was horrendous. To try and humiliate a fellow cricketer was bang out of order."
The last English bowler before Stuart Broad to take a 5 wkt haul on the opening day of an series: Steve Harmison …
Steve Harmison's first ball in 2006 - WIDE
The Fantastic Four Remembering the glorious summer of 2005, when Hoggy, Harmy, Jonah, and Fred carried England to a rare state of euphoria Mark Nicholas October 17, 2013 There is a small cupboard in the corner of the living room at home. Here, old newspapers gather dust and sepia. It is a cupboard of reminiscence. And here it was, upon the retirements of Matthew Hoggard and Steve Harmison, that I searched for the story of early September 2005. It was a broadsheet that I came to first, with the front page of the sports section dedicated to a remarkable scene at Trafalgar Square less than 24 hours after the Ashes had been won by England for the first time in 16 years. Michael Vaughan has formed a line with the men who brought the urn home - "Hoggy", "Harmy", "Jonah" and "Fred" are there, worse for wear. This was a pace quartet without compare in the storytelling of English cricket and it had drunk deep from the cup of joy. In a tabloid hidden beneath the broadsheet page, Andrew Flintoff ("Fred") looks rathe ...
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Latest Sports News: The man no-one wanted to face - Although shy and lacking in confidence, Steve Harmison was a game-changer capable of devastating spells, says Alec Stewart
Steve Harmison retires from cricket Steve Harmison, the Former England fast bowler who took 223 wickets in 63 Tests, has retired from cricket, bringing to an end a 17-year career with Durham. Harmison did not play a game in the club's 2013 County Championship-winning campaign and his contract subsequently expired. "I was hoping to go out on a high in my benefit year but my body has not allowed me to, and I have not made a single first-team appearance," Harmison told the local Sunday Sun newspaper. "With my contract up at the end of the season, I have known for a while I would be calling it a day." After making his Test debut against India at Trent Bridge in 2002, Harmison also played in 58 ODIs, picking up 76 wickets at an average of 32.64. He also played two T20s against Australia and Sri Lanka. He was an integral part of the England squad that clinched the historic 2005 Ashes 2-1, taking 17 wickets from five matches. His retirement, following that of Matthew Hoggard last month and Andrew Flintoff three ...
Who next Steve Harmison on Newcastle's activity? Jason Orange for Man City?
This is my Ashes programme signed by David Gower, before Steve Harmison (legend) and Mike Gatting signed it
they're filming it on the red button, it's even weirder. Steve Harmison is there, looking non-plussed.
not sure what's more unbelievable, ghosts or that Steve harmison went to university
"Steve Harmison & Jason Gillespie join for this weeks Flintoff's Roadshow" SteveSteveSteve
Steve Harmison & Jason Gillespie(join for this week's Flintoff's Roadshow. Watch:
Welcome back to North East - here's one to : do you think local lad Steve Harmison made the most of his talent?
VIDEO Durham Ashes Test: Steve Harmison "would love" Graham Onions to play, but expects unchanged England side
Sky Cricket | Harmy backs Onions selection: Steve Harmison would love to see his Durham team-mate Graham Onion...
my head hurts! 3am isn't good on a school night. Great night at Steve Harmison benefit dinner!
Not much time to rest - the 4th Test is on the way & we're in Durham to hear from Steve Harmison. Join us at 6am
Steve Harmison is potentially the most boring man on the planet
I'd completely forgotten Steve Harmison was in the 2009 ashes squad.
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How sad Steve Harmison is at a charity dinner rather than bowling for Durham tonight in the T20.
Very excited to be going to Steve Harmison's Ashes Dinner tonight with Even better now we've retained the little urn.
Ashley Giles had his arm broken by Steve Harmison in the nets on that tour.
If only steve harmison, freddie flintoff and graham swann played for england in these ashes
Starc bowls a "Steve Harmison". Haddin takes it in front of second slip.
Thank you for correcting me! You and Steve Harmison doing 'Pearl Fishers' perhaps?
Kia launch with and Steve Harmison cooking up a storm
Looking forward to the culinary master class from with special assistance from Steve Harmison. The food smells amazing!
Steve Harmison thinks England players want revenge.
A Steve Harmison first ball wide would take a wicket in this series
PLUS Steve Harmison opens up about "really struggling" during the series + we speak to Katich, Vaughan, G Jones and Hoggard
C that Steve Harmison feels Ben Stokes should be a contender for England's no6 position
Who (alive or dead) do you share your birthday with? . . . I share mine with quite a few 'celebrities' or people who are/were in the public, including: Pelè (reasonable footballer lol) Johnny Carson (American chat show host) Diana Dors (Actress) Mike Harding (Comedian, songwriter) Anita Roddick (founder of Body Shop) Ang Lee (film director) Martin Luther-King (human rights activist) Cat Deeley (my favourite on the list . . . I would . . . !!!) Ryan Reynolds (actor) Steve Harmison (cricketer) So who are yours . . . If you don't know any let me have your birthday and I'll look some up for you . . . !!!
Just watching the highlights of the last day of the 2nd Test at Edgbaston in the 2005 Ashes. What a match! I still remember where I was (on the way to a league 'rep' game at Alvaston & Boulton with Darren Yeomans) when Steve Harmison had Michael Kasprowicz caught behind by Geraint Jones with just a couple to win! It's really wetting the appetite for the upcoming series. To everyone saying that it won't be as much fun playing against a poor Australian side this time around, after having our backsides slapped by the likes of the Waugh's, Border, Hughes, Warne, McGrath, Ponting etc all through my childhood, it's going to be brilliant stuffing this lot home and away over the next 6 months!!. Come on England!
Stars gather at De Vere Mottram Hall as final preparations are underway for the ISPS HANDA PGA Seniors Championship.     As final preparations were made at De Vere Mottram Hall for the ISPS Handa PGA Seniors Championship, the 3rd Annual ‘De Vere Bat & Ball Golfing Challenge’ saw well-known faces from the world of cricket and football combine with golfing legends on the eve of the highly anticipated European Senior Tour event. England cricket hero Darren Gough was joined by the likes of ex-England stars Steve Harmison and Dean Headley, to complete a 5 point win against their footballing counterparts, that included De Vere Golf ambassador Harry Redknapp, and Ryder Cup legends Sam Torrance, Mark James and De Vere ambassador, Colin Montgomerie.   Gough, who captained the cricketers’ team, was joined by 1999 Ryder Cup Captain Mark James to score 82 points, which spearheaded the cricketers’ team to a 483 points total. The winning captain commented on his team’s 5 point success over the footballers, ...
Kevin Keegan has described his second spell as Newcastle United manager as "an absolute living nightmare". Keegan, a favorite with the club's fans during his playing days and a successful manager from 1992-97, returned in 2008 hoping to turn the team's fortunes around after a 12th place finish the previous season. "I thought it could be good, but no, it was a nightmare, an absolute living nightmare," Keegan told Former England cricketer Steve Harmison during an interview shown on Sky Sports television. In his first spell as Newcastle manager, Keegan took the back to the Premier League and they finished second behind Manchester United in 1996. During his second period in charge, however, Keegan criticised the Newcastle board for not giving him enough financial backing to break into the top four. He was also angered by his complete lack of involvement in the loan signing of Uruguayan midfielder Ignacio Gonzalez. The Former England manager originally said he had left Newcastle voluntarily but later took the ...
Sacking still hurts Hughes Phillip Hughes English fans may smirk when he says it, but Phillip Hughes is using the memory of his 2009 Ashes failure as motivation heading into this years edition of crickets oldest battle. Hughes was dropped after the second Test in the 2009 series following three scratchy innings against a pace attack led by Steve Harmison and Andrew Flintoff, and along with a forgettable stint in the following Ashes series in Australia, that was the last many in the UK have seen of the 24-year-old. Ashes Squad Who's in, who's out Ashes squad announcement Check out the full 16-man squad that Australia will take to England for the Ashes. + Squad: Faulkner, Rogers in Ashes shocks + By contrast, Australians have followed Hughes’s career with increasing interest, with the mild-mannered left-hander and his position in the Test side somehow becoming a lightning rod for debate. Some believe his technique doesn’t hold up against quality bowling - both pace and spin - while others insist his rew ...
Lawro's predictions: Ashes-winning bowler and Newcastle United fan Steve Harmison takes on Mark Lawrenson as t...
he didn't try and pull the old its too dark trick did he? Not brett lee dan. Steve Harmison!
Steve Harmison is becoming the Andy Townsend of cricket commentary.
Closing my eyes while Steve Harmison talks on imagining Ross Noble discussing the Dunedin wicket.
Once upon a twinkle-toed debut A little over eight years ago, a young Australian made a dream debut in Bangalore. Now he returns as captain Cricket loves its beginnings: the first Test of a series, the first spell, the first hour. The first over, like the start of a good novel, can grab you by the collar, demanding your attention. Steve Harmison knows that. Virender Sehwag once said he always wants to cart the first ball of every Test for four. He didn't say anything about the second or third (which he would probably cart too) but emphasised the first. The game has a special place for first Tests. Nathan Lyon took a wicket off his first ball on debut and joined a pub trivia frat with 17 others. Bob Massie played only six Tests but nobody will forget his first. A Sabina Park veteran dragged me into the stands to show me where he had sat during Lawrence Rowe's debut 214. Then he cover-drove with his right hand and, as Rowe had done, whistled in the follow-through. Every memorable debut has a tailor-made nar ...
On the Sports Centre - Steve Harmison joins us after England's win New Zealand. We look at the financial implications of David Gill leaving Old Trafford. Carl Ablett is with us in the studio ahead of the World Club Challenge. We speak to defender Ryan Cresswell ahead of a big night for Southend. And Torquay chairman Simon Baker on the appointment of an interim manager www.skysports.com/radio
Away from football, Steve Harmison claims Geoff Cook is version of Sir Alex.
[Mobile friendly] Harmison: 'Geoff Cook is our Sir Alex': STEVE Harmison has described Geoff ... Durham Times Sport
for Steve Harmison has a charity golf day, always a great event
Ah Steve Harmison absolutely unplayable for 12 months of his career, downright average for the rest of it.
Just spotted the mighty Steve Harmison in the crowd
"Underpants" Steyn "does a Steve Harmison" and decides to avoid the pitch and bowl directly to second slip.
Steve Harmison predicts a 5-0 England Ashes win. He's essentially going to be a comedy rent-a-quote for the next two decades, isn't he?
Looking forward to sampling the drinks offers at the Steve harmison talk tonight. guests should enjoy
Word of the Day dyspeptic [ dis-PEP-tik ] [ noun, adjective ] MEANING : 1. (adj.) having a gloomy, pessimistic or morose disposition2. (adj.) of, pertaining to or having dyspepsia or indigestion3. (n.) indigestion or a person suffering from indigestion or dyspepsia4. (n.) ill humour or disgruntlement USAGE EXAMPLE 1 : His dyspeptic outlook made him blame his failures on others. USAGE EXAMPLE 2 : Duncan Fletcher's dyspeptic comments about Steve Harmison, Andrew Flintoff and Matthew Hoggard were further confirmation of his awkward relationship with England's bowlers.
I have travelled far and wide. A bit like Steve Harmison's opening ball at the 2007 Ashes.
Steve Harmison must be on drugs, obviously.
Steve Harmison thinks James Anderson is better than Dale Steyn. Ashley Mallett thinks Glenn Maxwell is like a less fragile Kevin Pietersen.
A great benefit launch for Steve harmison this morning now off to hotel before sky at 8.25 a m tomorrow morning, beer and hope to watch Celtic beat the Italians !
England and Durham cricket hero Steve Harmison selects Sir Bobby Robson Foundation as his benefit year charity
Steve Harmison's testimonial, supporting the Bobby Robson foundation
Many thanks to for a cracking afternoon at Durham County Cricket Club today including some great patter from Steve Harmison!
Former England cricket captain Andrew Flintoff came off the canvas to mark his professional boxing debut with a points win over American heavyweight Richard Dawson on November 30, 2012. The 34-year-old was floored in the second round of a lively affair but after dominating the other three rounds had his hand rightly raised in victory on a score of 39-38 on the referee’s scorecard. Around 5,000 fans turned up at the Manchester Arena — including a mix of boxing fans, those who followed Flintoff's cricket career and some who were just intrigued to find out how an ex-cricketer could get on in the boxing world. Some of Flintoff's Former England teammates, including Matthew Hoggard and Steve Harmison amongst others, were ringside to see the man more known for knocking wickets down than fighters.
Steve Harmison is taking part in Etape Pennines on the 7th October. 78 miles of beautiful closed roads. Fancy joining him?
Steve "Grievous Bodily" Harmison is one of the best sports nicknames of all time
it doesn't matter. Steve Harmison never knew where the ball was going
No longer cricket's Huck Finn Dale Steyn brings an uncommon freshness to his profession of fast bowling, a sense that he is a human being of normal height and build at once amazed and disturbed by his ability to take someone’s head off with a shiny, stitched orb, writes Telford Vice in the Johannesburg-based Mail & Guardian. Not for him the mustachioed madness that Merv Hughes and Dennis Lillee brought to cricket along with all that biker leather and the brazenly bared chests and big hair that, 30 years ago, might have been a hit at your friendly neighbourhood *** bar. Steyn is certainly no English fop in the way of Graham Dilley, but rather that than the Poms’ modern yob squad, represented by the likes of Andrew Flintoff -- who else would answer to the nickname of a prehistoric cartoon character? -- and Steve Harmison, who, in the words of Former England coach Duncan Fletcher, “gets homesick when he fetches the paper from his postbox”. There is nothing remotely Ambrosial about Steyn, a fact that ...
Last remaining team places left for Weds Confirmed are Micky Horswill & Steve Harmison. alex
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Steve Harmison confirmed for our golfday on Wed. Only afew team places left. Alex
Morne Morkel bowling big Wide England v South Africa 3rd T20I ,12-9-2012 Steve Harmison's wide in there too.. Morne Morkel better than Glenn McGrath.
Morne Morkel bowled big Wide in the Cricket History South Africa vs England 3rd T20 Steve Harmison's wide in there too..
“ And who do bowlers bowl to? Gully fielders? :)” well ... Could be if they are Steve Harmison or Morne Morkel 😄
I know it's nerdy but my fav. field setting ever was when Steve Harmison took 7-12 against WI at sabina park in 2004.
I think Michael Clarke is probably still playing Steve Harmison's slow ball yorker now
Alex brown today, Steve Harmison tomorrow wonder which will be harder...
Steve Harmison's "wide-ghost" is back! Morne Morkel revives it and how! But do you know which Indian holds the record for the widest-wide?
Morne Morkel has nowhere to hide after he bowls a ball reminiscent to the one by England's Steve Harmison..
South Africa's Morne Morkel challenges Steve Harmison for the title of 'widest wide of all time'
Was Morkel's howler the worst wide in cricket?: Steve Harmison has company. Long has the Former England spearhea...
After seeing Morne Morkel bowl that wide, it has reassured me that Steve Harmison is still idolised at International level
I fear for Morne Morkel's career now. Steve Harmison's went very down hill after bowling 'that wide'
Harmison helps Tykes fight back: YORKSHIRE and Steve Harmison hit back late in the day after an astonishing coll...
Good luck Yorkshire and Steve Harmison at the Rose Bowl tomorrow with the and the
He also holds the most ranking points since Steve Harmison in 2005 (727 pts). Finn has 711
Andrew Flintoff's Hat-trick, his first in international cricket. England's 3rd in ODI history. The first 2 were James Anderson and Steve Harmison. 3rd April ...
unbelieveable first over also point to note: Ross Johnson = Steve Harmison
guardian.co.uk: From Colin Cowdrey in plaster to Steve Harmison's deadliest spell, half a dozen highlights from the Wisden Trophy
Tell me Ross Turnbull doesn't look Steve Harmison. I've been thinking about who looked like Ross for timeee...
Mike Tyson, Steve Harmison and Shay Given are just some of the sports stars taken on by indie rock band The Longsands in a series of bizarre challenges.
So Newcastle are bringing as many as they can hook or by crook to so Geordie Shore, Jimmy Nail, Tony Blair, Steve Harmison are coming
Steve Harmison reveals what still drives him on at a snowy Emirates ICG ahead of the start of the new season.
Steve Harmison on 5live now with Colin Murray - always a decent listen.
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