Batting style Left Handed
Bowling style Left-arm orthodox
Test Debut vs England at Trent Bridge, Jul 10, 2013
ODI Debut vs England at Emirates Old Trafford, Sep 08, 2015
T20 Debut vs South Africa at New Wanderers Stadium, Mar 06, 2016
IPL Debut NA
- Australia U19
- Western Australia
- Perth Scorchers
- National Performance Squad
- Australia A
Ashton Agar overview
Ashton Charles Agar is an Australian cricketer who keeps his form intact with all his forms at a massive international level. He was born in Melbourne on 14 October 1993, in his family his mother is a Sri Lankan and father is an Australian, Followed by two younger brothers whose names are Will and Wes. Mainly, he attended the Melbourne De La Salle College.
He is basically a left handed spin bowler who has played for the country with his pride kept on peak.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
He was the main representative of Victoria at both under-17 and under-19 level. After a great drudgery form at the 2010–11 National Under-17 Championships, he was all prepared with his utmost cricket knockout tricks and he took 16 wickets at an average of 11.75 bowling left-arm orthodox spin, he was also chosen for the high fi win of the team he was associated with, to play for the Australian under-19s for a series against the West Indies under-19s in the United Arab Emirates. Ashton Agar joined Phil Huges on the crease that included his first match with him. The duo scored the maximum with 163 runs till the last wicket in the over.
Agar made his ODI debut against England at Emirates Old Trafford, Sep 08, 2015. Since his debut, He has scalped 10 wickets at an economy rate of 5.68 while in his batting career he has scored 189 on a strike rate of 89.15 in 13 matches.
His bowling is very different with slow left arm orthodox that provides with a spinning ball with a touch of googly. Agar made his national debut in the year 2013 with the Australian squad, where the match was against England.In his test career he has played only 4 matches and scored 195 runs at an Strike rate of 55.56.
Agar was selected to tour England, Scotland, and Ireland to play matches. Aged 19 years, he became the twelfth youngest players to play the debut match that he completed gracefully with just 98 runs in total. If we talk about his first debut series, it was held in Nottingham, replacing Lyon in the side of the previous tour. Sometimes his success rate is very less compared to the other players, still he is never dropped of the cricket team and continues to be a part. Like in the one-day international debut against England on 8 september,2015. Agar holds a sheer talent to bat even if he is a bowler with all the fighting spirit to score the best of overs in the entire match. His performance in BBL has clearly proved that he can handle a wide ball very well. In 2017, he was recalled in the match against Australia, where he took 5 wickets in total which is great as a cricketer. Followed by a contact that was offered to him by Cricket Australia for the 2018-2019 season. And if we believe in the word of mouth, in 2020 as well, he has been given a contract by Cricket Australia for 2020 to 21 session He is a great cricketer who has proved his worth with his dedication and performance.