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Ashton Agar

Australia

Ashton Agar is an Australian cricket player, He was born on 14 October 1993 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. His full name is Ashton Charles Agar.Career:He was started his international career in (Test debut: 10 July 2013 vs England, ODI debut: 8 September 2015 vs England, T20 debut: 6 March 2016 vs South Africa).Family:His father name is John Agar (former...Read More

Personal Informetion

Full Name Ashton Charles Agar
Also Known As Ash, The King, Scotty
Born 14 Oct 1993 (age 27)
Playing Role Bowling Allrounder
Batting Style Left Handed Bat
Bowling Style Left-arm orthodox
Fielding Position Anywhere on Ground
Birth Place Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Hobbies Fishing, listening to music
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.83 m)
Weight 81 kg
Body Measurements 38-31-12

ICC Rankings

Test ODI T20
Bowler 9

Batting Career Statistics

M Runs HS Avg SR 100 200 50 C/S
Test 4 195 98 32.5 55.56 0 0 1 0/–
ODI 9 144 46 20.57 86.75 0 0 0 4/–
T20 21 82 29 13.67 103.8 0 0 0 3/–
IPL

Bowling Career Statistics

M B Wkts Avg Econ BBI BBM 5W 10W
Test 4 874 9 45.56 2.81 3/46 5/101 0 0
ODI 9 432 8 51.75 5.75 2/48 2/48 0 0
T20 21 402 17 27.29 6.93 3/27 3/27 0 0
IPL

Career information

Test debut 10 July 2013 vs England in Nottingham
ODI debut 8 September 2015 vs England in Manchester
T20 debut 6 March 2016 vs South Africa in Johannesburg

Domestic team info

Years Team

Family information

Father John Agar
Mother Sonia Hewawissa
Brother William Agar, Wes Agar
Marital Status Unmarried

Profile

Ashton Agar is an Australian cricket player, He was born on 14 October 1993 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. His full name is Ashton Charles Agar.

Career:

He was started his international career in (Test debut: 10 July 2013 vs England, ODI debut: 8 September 2015 vs England, T20 debut: 6 March 2016 vs South Africa).

Family:

His father name is John Agar (former Cricketer), and his mother's name is Sonia Hewawissa. His brother name is William Agar and Wes Agar., Wes Agar is a cricketer.

Records:

In his first match of the Ashes 2013, Agar batted at number 11 and hit a stunning 98 runs of just 101 balls. He made a brilliant 163-run partnership with the late Philip Hughes for the 10th wicket. 

In Sheffield Shield season 2013, Agar took 19 wickets which included 5 wickets and yet another big partnership with Michael Hogan, Where both added 68 runs in the basket for the last wicket and thus gave the team the victory.

Last Updated: 29 Apr 20 by