Gordon Andrew Robert Harris is a former English cricketer.
He was born in Tottenham, Middlesex and educated at Merchant Taylors" School and Leicester Polytechnic.
Harris was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast-medium. Harris made his only first-class appearance for Leicestershire in the 1986 County Championship against Worcestershire. Following this match he appeared in his only List A game for the county against Worcestershire at New Road.
He joined Bedfordshire in 1988, making his debut for the county against Lincolnshire in the Minor Counties Championship.
He played Minor counties cricket for Bedfordshire in 1988 and 1989, making twelve Minor Counties Championship and three MCCA Knockout Trophy appearances. In 1990, Harris joined Hertfordshire, making his debut for the county against Northumberland in the Minor Counties Championship.
He played Minor counties cricket for Hertfordshire from 1990 to 1993, making 17 Minor Counties Championship and eleven MCCA Knockout Trophy appearances. He made his first List A appearance for the county in the 1990 National Westminster Trophy against Warwickshire.
He made two further List A appearances for Hertfordshire, against Warwickshire in the 1991 National Westminster Trophy and Gloucestershire in the 1993 National Westminster Trophy.
He took 2 wickets in these three games, which came at an average of 58.00, with best figures of 3/32. In 1994, he joined Middlesex, making two first-class appearances for the county against Glamorgan and Surrey. He claimed his only first-class wicket in the match against Glamorgan, that of David Hemp.
He also made three List A appearances for Middlesex in the 1994 AXA Investment Managers Equity & Law League, taking 6 wickets at an average of 16.83, with best figures of 5/26.
These figures came against Northamptonshire. His cricket career came to an end after the 1994 season.