Squad No. 10
Did You Know...
Favourite Sports Person
Rafael van de Vaart
Sausage and Mash
Most Likely To
be found watching Jamie Oliver's 30 minute meals
Hayes Secondary School and Leeds Metropolitan University
Double jointed left elbow
Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain
Best Cricketing Moment
Steve Harmison having Michael Kasprowicz caught behind by Kent's Geraint Jones to win the 2nd Ashes Test in 2005
Graduating from University
|Date of Birth||-||Height||6'1"|
|Debut||2007||Years of Service||2007-|
|Bat||Left-hand||Best Bat||First Class - 105* v Yorkshire, Headingley 2010|
|Bowl||Right-arm medium-fast||Best Bowl||First Class - 2-9|
The left-hander is another graduate of the highly-regarded Kent Cricket Academy and looks to score his runs quickly and is a powerful yet attractive stroke-maker.
His first-class debut came during the 2008 campaign, against the touring New Zealand side. However, it was in 2010 when Alex started to fully show his qualities as he became a regular in all forms of the game. This culminated in him scoring his only century to date – an unbeaten 105, which included 18 boundaries, against Yorkshire in the final round of championship matches.
2015 was a breakthrough year for Alex as he played a key role in the Kent Spitfires reaching two quarter-finals.
In the NatWest T20 Blast, Blake hit a career-best 71 not out from 30 balls against Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl before a match-winning 59 off 24 balls against Gloucestershire at Cheltenham to secure a quarter-final spot.
In the Royal London One-Day Cup run, he smashed 89 off 56 balls against Lancashire in Canterbury Week before a sparkling 50 not out off 36 balls.
Alex is a regular winner of the Fielder of the Year award for his athletic performances in the field, making him a crucial part of the Kent Spitfires limited-overs squads.
England U19s, Leeds/Bradford MCCU