|Full name||Graham Grant Wagg|
|Born||28 April 1983|
Rugby, Warwickshire, England
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Domestic team information|
|2005–2010||Derbyshire (squad no. 10)|
|2011–||Glamorgan (squad no. 8)|
Source: Cricinfo, 29 September 2019
Wagg made his debut as a lower-order batsman for Warwickshire's Second XI in August 1999. He made his first-class debut in 2002, and finished the season at the top of the bowling averages.
Wagg has played three youth Test matches, against India Under-19s in July 2002, making his debut in the same match as Gordon Muchall's innings of 254. His first Youth ODI followed a month later, against India. Since 2003, Wagg has played Twenty20 cricket, including a Twenty20 Cup final against Surrey.
Wagg spent calendar year 2005 out of the game following allegations of him using cocaine, and was released by Warwickshire, signing for Derbyshire for 2006 on a one-year contract. His comeback season was solid and played in just over half of the county's Championship games. He was much better in 2007 taking 50 wickets for the first time and scoring four 50's. Consequently, he earnt a new two-year contract at the club. His all-round progress continued in 2008 when he took 59 first-class wickets and scored a century and two fifties. After a limited 2010 season, he moved to Glamorgan.
Wagg's best bowling figures are 6–38, achieved in a 344-run Derbyshire victory against Somerset.
Career best performances
as of 9th July 2015
|FC||200||Glamorgan v Surrey||Woodbridge Road, Guildford||2015||6–29||Glamorgan v Surrey||The Oval||2014|
|LA||54||Glamorgan v Gloucestershire Gladiators||Cardiff||2013||4–35||Derbyshire Phantoms v Durham Dynamos||Derby||2008|
|T20||62||Derbyshire Phantoms v Nottinghamshire Outlaws||Nottingham||2009||5-14||Glamorgan v Worcestershire||Worcester||2013|
- "What the death of Tom Maynard tells us about cricket and drugs". BBC Sport. Retrieved 11 March 2013.
- "Wagg sorry after cocaine mistake". BBC Sport. Retrieved 11 March 2013.