Ragheb Aga

Ragheb, a genuine all-rounder, was part the new generation of emerging Kenyan talent and captained the under 19 side aged 17. His ability was noticed by Steve Tikolo, the man who lead Kenya to the 2003 world cup semi-final, tipped Aga to be a possible successor in the future. In November 2004 Ragheb was appointed stand-in captain for the intercontinental cup finals making him Kenya's youngest international cricket captain.

After completing his further education at The University of Brighton, Ragheb was contracted at Sussex CCC between 2008-2010.

Having successfully rehabilitated from shoulder surgery, he is rebuilding his career and is currently contracted to Cricket Kenya.