Mark Ramprakash has been appointed as Harrow’s new Director of Cricket.
The former international cricketer will take up his appointment in January.
Mark has been both a professional county and international cricketer, opening the batting for England during his 11-year international career. He remains one of only 25 players to have scored 100 centuries in first class matches.
Since his retirement from international cricket, Mark has coached county, regional and international teams.
He said: “I shall have the privilege and challenge of not only developing the cricket potential of Harrow boys, but also helping to mould their characters through sport.”
Mark will be supported in his role at Harrow by the newly appointed Master-in-Charge of Cricket, Johny Marsden. Johny joined Harrow in 2017 as a Mathematics beak after reading Engineering Science at Oxford. While at Oxford, he held a professional contract with Derbyshire CCC as a seam bowler, won five Cricket Blues and captained the university Cricket Club in 2016 when they were victorious over Cambridge in the Varsity Match at Lord’s.