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Favourite sports person: Loved watching Shane Warne bowl

Favourite band: Take That - greatest group ever!

Favourite food: Can't beat a curry!

Favourite car: Not too fussy, wouldn't turn down a BMW of some sort though

Quote to live by: "If you can't be good, be lucky"

Best cricketing moment: Playing in the T20 against India at Canterbury

Proudest moment: First-Class debut vs Northants

Favourite film: Johnny English - Rowan Atkinson is a genius

Most annoying habit: I click my fingers when i chase after the bal in the field

Most likely to: be elected for night-watchman duties

Party trick: Ridiculously good at table tennis with a frying pan

Look alike: Ron Weasley, Sherman, Martin Saggers, Avid Merrion and Ed Sheeran! (can you spot the trend?)

Education: Beths Grammar School, Bexley

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Born 23 March 1992 Years of Service 2011 -
Squad number 33 Debut 2011
Height 6'2" Nicknames Riles, Rilo, Mad Dog, Ron Weasley
Capped Bat Right Hand
Best bat First Class - 23 not out, List A/T20 - 5 not out Bowl Right-arm, Off-break
Best bowl First Class - 7-150


Shirt Partner - Kent County Cricket Supporters Club

Adam continues to develop as James Tredwell’s off-spinning understudy and continues to show steady progress in all forms of the game.

Since making his debut in 2011, the Loughborough University student has improved year on year, and proved to be a more than capable deputy for Tredwell last season. 14 wickets in Championship cricket came at an impressive average of 25.79 and he claimed career best figures of 7-150 against Hampshire.

Last season he was a regular in both the Spitfires FL T20 and YB40 sides, claiming 16 wickets altogether as Kent often went with a spinning duo.

With Tredwell remaining firmly in the thoughts of the national selectors, Adam will be looking to press his claims as a first-team regular in 2014.

He broke through as first-choice spinner in four-day cricket in 2014: taking 48 wickets in 15 LV= County Championship appearances.

In white-ball cricket, the Sidcup-born man claimed three wickets in three Royal London One-Day Cup matches and nine in nine Natwest T20 Blast clashes.

His consistent displays were rewarded with a call-up to the England Performance Programme in September 2014 for a batting and spin camp in Sri Lanka alongside Kent colleague Sam Billings.

‘Supported by the Brian Johnston Memorial Trust through the BJMT Elite Spin Bowling Programme’

J Reid, last amended T Brown October 2014