Favourite sports person: Andrew Flintoff or Stephen Jack Rigg
Favourite band: Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Favourite food: Roast Lamb
Favourite car: Land Rover, Defender
Quote to live by: 'Powerful Dreams Inspire Powerful Action'
Best cricketing moment: watching the 2005 ashes
Proudest moment: walking out onto pitch for the first time in a Kent shirt
Favourite film: Anchorman
Most annoying habit: Talking when I shouldn't
Look alike: Warren
Education: Maplesden Noakes Secondary School
|Born||26 May 1990||Years of Service||2008-2013, 2015-|
|Squad number||26||Debut||2009 v Loughborough UCCE|
|Best bat||First Class - 51||Bowl||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Best bowl||First Class - 5-29|
A Kent Cricket graduate who played age-group cricket for Kent at under 13, 15 and 17 levels.
Matt had a season to remember in 2012, winning his county cap and a call-up to the England Lions.
The burly Maidstone-born seamer claimed 74 victims during a wicket-laden season and capped a golden period with a call-up to the England Lions squad. Well built, with genuine pace, Coles has all the needed attributes to develop into a fine strike bowler.
After an injury-hit 2011, he came into storming form, returning career-best First Class match figures of 9-83 against Northamptonshire, before claiming 6-32 against Yorkshire in the Clydesdale Bank 40 competition.
His 53 First Class wickets came at an average of just 22.58 and his 17 CB40 scalps came at an even more impressive 16.52.
Matt also contributes runs down the order with the bat, earning him the right to be regarded as a genuine all-rounder.
In Kent’s opening championship fixture of 2012, against Yorkshire at Headingley, the left-hander blasted 103 off just 111 balls to register his maiden first-class century.
He moved to Hampshire in 2013 where he signed a three-year deal and clinched promotion to Division One of the LV= County Championship.
In March 2015, the Maidstone-born player returned to Kent.
J Reid, last amended by T Brown, March 2015