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Best Cricketing Moment
Representing England U19s and putting in a match-winning performance for Gloucestershire in the Natwest T20 Blast against Kent in 2014.
|Date of Birth||30th June 1992||Height||5’10”|
|Debut||2016||Years of Service||2016-|
|Bat||Right hand||Best Bat||95* (Kent v Derbyshire, Canterbury 2017)|
Kent signed former England Under-19 wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Rouse in January 2016.
The right-hander was born in Zimbabwe and has played first-class cricket for Hampshire and Gloucestershire.
He played for Kent second XI in 2014 and returned for a month on trial in April 2015 as cover for Sam Billings and could deputise for the England man in 2016 after signing a contract with the club.
Kent’s new number 12 said: “I’m delighted to be rejoining Kent on a more permanent basis.
I really enjoyed my time at the beginning of last year and hopefully I can use this opportunity to push on and secure myself a regular first team spot.
“I’m very grateful to the Kent management for showing faith in me and allowing for this opportunity – I’m looking forward to getting stuck in, a lot of hard work lies ahead and I’m excited to get going.
“After my month there last year, I followed Kent’s fortunes and there were some excellent white-ball performances so hopefully we can kick on this year and go a step or two further.”
He extended his contract in April 2017.
Hampshire, Gloucestershire, England Under-19s