|Full name||Sheree Angela Harris|
|Born||27 January 1959|
Waikari, New Zealand
|ODI debut||1 Jan. 1978 v Australia|
|Last ODI||5 Jan. 1978 v India|
Sheree Angela Harris (born 27 January 1959) is a former New Zealand international cricketer who represented the New Zealand national team in two matches at the 1978 Women's World Cup. She played as a right-arm pace bowler.
Harris was born in Waikari, a small town in the Canterbury region. She made her debut for the Canterbury women's team during the 1975–76 season. Harris made her international debut for New Zealand at the 1978 World Cup in India, aged 18. She opened the bowling with Eileen Badham against Australia in the first match of the tournament, conceding 19 runs from three overs without taking a wicket. She did not bowl in the next match against India, and was absent from the team for the final match against England. For the last few seasons of her domestic career (in the mid-1980s), Harris played for the short-lived Southern Districts team.