Making his debut in 2017 for the emerging Boomers, Vague had already represented the country as an Emu in 2014 during their Gold medal campaign at the U19 FIBA Oceania championship.
Vague was awarded the Most Improved Player at State Basketball League in 2015, just one year before he represented BA’s Centre of Excellence.
Signing a professional contract soon after turning 18, Vague got associated with his home state team, Perth Wildcats in 2014 and continued to play for them in the NBL until 2020.
During his tenure there, he was part of four NBL Championship wining squads.
In late 2020, Vague signed a contract with the Kagawa Five Arrows in the Japanese league.
He was also part of the FIBA Asia Cup winning squad in 2022.