Ashton Charles Agar, known to his teammates as Larry, is an Australian cricketer who was born on the 14th of October 1993 in Melbourne, Victoria.
In all three forms of the game, Agar has played for the Australian national team. Agar is a slow left-arm Orthodox bowler who can also bat in the lower order.
In the domestic season, Agar represents Western Australia, and in the Big Bash League, he is a key member of the Perth Scorchers.
Agar has a record of 34 wickets at an average of 28.79 throughout his international career, as well as a score of just over 300 runs at an average of 20.60.
Agar, who is of Sri Lankan descent, possesses all of the physical characteristics that suggest his left-arm spin would be good, impressing all on his first-class debut for Western Australia against New South Wales at the Blacktown Oval.
Agar, a bright and responsible young cricketer, has also aspired to be a lawyer.
In June 2013, Agar was chosen to tour England, Scotland, and Ireland with the Australian A team.
At the age of 19, Agar made his Test debut against Australia in the Ashes. In Australia’s first innings, Agar scored 98 runs off 101 balls.
Agar made history by becoming the first player to score a half-century as a number eleven batsman on debut, registering the highest score ever by a number eleven batsman, and forming a career 163-run partnership with Philip Hughes.
On September 8, 2015, he made his ODI debut against England.
On March 6, 2016, he made his Twenty20 International debut for Australia against South Africa.
Rise to Glory
He had a spot in the Western Australia, Perth Scorchers, and national team squads at the age of 19, having been promoted from a replacement on the 2013 tour of India to a more significant position in the Australian squad.
Agar’s ascent through the ranks continued in 2013, when he was called to the playing XI for the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.
At both the under-17 and under-19 stages, Agar has represented Victoria. Agar had a bowling average of 11.75 and took 16 wickets.
Agar serves University in the WACA district. He had previously played Victorian Premier Cricket for the Richmond Cricket Club. In the BBL, Agar is a member of the Perth Scorchers.