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Wes Agar

Overseas Player (April-July 2025)

BatRight-handBowlRight-arm fast
Born5th February 1997 (in Malvern, Victoria, Australia)National Team EligibilityAustralia
Years of Service2023, 2024Debutvs. Essex, 2023
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Other Teams

Adelaide Strikers, Australia Under-19s, South Australia, Victoria

Player Biography

Australia’s Wes Agar became a Kent player in early 2023, in an overseas stint that included bowling in tandem with India international Arshdeep Singh as the Club’s international bowling duo in the County Championship.

The right-armer took 21 wickets in Kent’s 2023 Championship campaign in six matches, including best figures of 5-63 against Northamptonshire in June.

He also took seven wickets in five Vitality Blast matches that season, averaging 21.85. He took two catches in T20 competition, including an acrobatic one-handed effort to dismiss Kiran Carlson against Glamorgan.

In November that year, he was announcing as return to Kent across all formats until the end of July 2024.

During his second stint as a Spitfire, Agar picked up match figures of 7-110 off 33 overs in Kent’s first win at Old Trafford since 1997.

A shoulder injury cut short his stay in Canterbury second time around, but he quickly signed up for a third stint at Kent in the first part of the 2025 season.