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Harry Finch

Squad No. 72

Did You Know...

  • My earliest cricketing memory is

    The 2005 Ashes Test at Edgbaston

  • My favourite sportsperson is

    Harry Kane

  • The teams I support in other sports are

    Tottenham Hotspur

  • My favourite colour is

    Blue

  • My favourite food is

    Thai or Mexican

  • My favourite musical artist is

    Coldplay

  • My favourite film is

    Wolf of Wall Street

  • A hobby/interest I have outside of cricket is

    Golf and walking dogs

  • My party trick is

    Kermit the Frog impression

  • My proudest cricketing moment is

    Being signed by Kent after being released by Sussex

Harry Finch

BatRight-handWicketkeeper
Born10th February 1995 (in Hastings)National Team EligibilityEngland
Years of Service2021, 2022-Debutvs. Sussex, 2021
Nickname(s)FinchyCapped-
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Other Teams

Derbyshire Second XI, England Under-19s, Sussex

Player Biography

The right-hander originally joined Kent as one of the players that came to the Club’s aid during the COVID-stricken 169th Canterbury Cricket Week in July 2021, scoring 115 in Kent’s second innings against his former side, Sussex.

He was then a part of the Kent Spitfires side, dubbed the ‘Kent McSpitfires’, that defeated Middlesex by 77 runs at Lord’s to secure a home Quarter Final in the Spitfires’ victorious 2021 Vitality Blast season.

Finch went on to make eight appearances for Kent in 2021’s Royal London Cup, scoring 152 runs in seven innings.

In August 2022, he was once again snapped-up by Kent Spitfires to play in the Royal London Cup, & was a part of the side that lifted the trophy for the first time since 1974, beating Lancashire at Trent Bridge on 17 September.

He signed a full-time, two-year deal at the end of the 2022 season.

In 2023, he became Kent’s first-choice wicketkeeper in first-class cricket, taking the gloves and standing up to the likes of Yuzvendra Chahal & Matt Parkinson on tricky late-season pitches as Kent secured Division One status in the Championship.

In December of that year, he signed a two-year contract extension.