Ashton Agar Height, Weight, Age, Family, Affairs, Wife, Biography & More
Bio Real NameAshton Charles Agar NicknameAsh, The King, Scotty ProfessionAustralian Cricketer (All-rounder) Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters- 188 cm in meters- 1.88 m in Feet Inches- 6’ 2” Weight (approx.)in Kilograms- 81 kg in Pounds- 179 lbs Body Measurements- Chest: 38 Inches - Waist: 31 Inches - Biceps: 12 Inches Eye ColourDark Brown Hair ColourBrown Cricket International DebutTest- 10 July 2013 vs England in Nottingham ODI- 8 September 2015 vs England in Manchester T20- 6 March 2016 vs South Africa in Johannesburg Coach/MentorJohn Davison Jersey Number#46 (Australia) Domestic/State TeamWestern Australia, Perth Scorchers Batting StyleLeft Handed Bat Bowling StyleSlow left-arm orthodox Nature on fieldCalm Favourite Shot/BallNot Known Records/Achievements (main ones)• Agar in his debut match in Ashes 2013 played an astonishing innings of 98 off just 101 while batting at number 11. He built a remarkable 163 runs partnership with late Philip Hughes for the 10th wicket. • In Sheffield Shield season 2013, Agar took 19 wickets comprising a 5-wicket haul and yet another huge partnership with Michael Hogan where the duo added 68 runs to the basket for the last wicket thus guiding the team to a victory. Career Turning PointIn the 2014-15 Sheffield Shield season, Agar took an inaugural 10-wicket haul against South Australia and scored a solid 64 run knock to be the Man of the Match. The performance did him a favour of getting a call-up from the National team. Personal Life Date of Birth14 October 1993 Age (as in 2016)23 Years Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria, Australia Zodiac sign/Sun signLibra NationalityAustralian HometownVictoria, Australia SchoolNot Known CollegeDe La Salle College, Melbourne Educational QualificationsNot Known FamilyFather- John Agar (former Cricketer) Mother- Sonia Hewawissa
Some Lesser Known Facts About Ashton Agar
Does Ashton Agar smoke: Not Known
Does Ashton Agar drink alcohol: Yes
Having been born to a Sri Lankan mother and an Australian father, Agar is a whisk of nationalities.
If not in the baggy green cap, he would have been wearing a lawyer’s cloak in the courtroom and fulfilling his dream to be a lawyer.
Apart from being a good cricketer at school, Agar had a fine hand in baseball as well.
Both his younger brothers have their grips on cricket and have been trying to get a notch through Cricket Victoria elite Junior system. The trio used to practice the game in the driveway at their home.
His teammates at Henley used to address him as Scotty for his similitude to Adam Scott, an Australian golfer.
Agar was among the top 5% scholars when he graduated with a score of 90.55 in Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) in 2011.
He was unknown to almost everyone till the time Michael Clarke named him in the Australian squad for 2013 Ashes series in England. It was more of a surprise as he was brought in the place of experienced Nathan Lyon, who already had his name on the list. He then became the first teenage Australian cricketer to have a test wicket in the card.