Last July’s one-test Ashes sensation Ashton Agar has been suspended for showing dissent in a state Futures League match.

Cricket Australia said Thursday that Agar was suspended from Western Australia’s next four-day match for breaching its code of behaviour after being found guilty of showing dissent toward an umpire’s decision during a match against Queensland earlier this week.

It was Agar’s second offense within the past 18 months.

In his test debut against England at Trent Bridge, the then 19-year—old Australian posted a world-record 98 for a No. 11 batsman. However, the left—arm spinner was dropped after the next match and hasn’t made test selection since, including during Australia’s 5—0 Ashes sweep of England in Australia.

Agar scored 93 against South Australia in November, but has otherwise struggled this season.

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