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Hayley Matthews

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

Did you know?

She has thrown the Javelin for her country and Barbados at the CARIFTA games for three years and has won two silvers and a gold medal. She won a bronze medal at the Pan-American games in 2014.

Allrounder

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

AGE
19
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Barbados

COUNTRY

West Indies

West Indies

Bio

One of the Hurricanes Internationals for WBBL01, 17-year old Hayley Matthews will be looking to bring some Caribbean flare to the women’s side this summer.

Matthews has only recently started playing international cricket and has seven games under her belt.  She made her International debut in a T20 match against New Zealand last year at St. Vincent.  Whilst Matthews only managed 14 runs in that game she was sent out in the pressure cooker, batting in the super over when the game finished in a dramatic draw. Her best International performance was against Sri Lanka this year where she took 4-10 from 4 overs and made 32no to help the West Indies win the match.

Matthews has been playing domestic cricket around the West Indies for 5 years, so was just 12 years old when she started her domestic career!  She also plays local cricket in Barbados and plays most of her T20 cricket there.

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