Adam Paul Rouse
June 30, 1992, Harare, Zimbabwe
Right hand bat
Kent signed Zimbabwe-born Adam Rouse on a two-year deal for the start of the 2016 season after he had spells at Gloucestershire and Hampshire. He excelled early as understudy to Sam Billings, but Billings then returned from the IPL and Rouse needed surgery after fracturing his finger against Glamorgan.
A former England Under-19 international, Rouse extended his contract in early 2017, which was his most fruitful county season.
He found first-team opportunities limited in 2019 after being surpassed by Ollie Robinson as preferred keeper in Billings' absence and instead found himself captaining the Kent to the Second XI Trophy. The same year, Rouse had eight Royal London Cup outings for Kent and he went to Sussex on loan for one four-day match, against Australia A at Arundel.
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