The youngest West Indian (male or female) to strike an ODI century at home, during the series against South Africa in 2018, Hayley has been destined for great things from a young age. With a bat in hand from the age of 5, her father, a former national cricketer, saw the potential and nurtured her through the channels to ensure she would be the household name she is today. Hayley is an opener for both Barbados and the West Indies Women and was Stafanie Taylor’s runs-partner in taking the West Indies Women to their maiden ICC T20 World Cup title in 2016. Hayley has one gear when it comes to batting… scoring, though she has been known to dial back at times during an innings to assess the change in bowlers or pitch conditions.
A hot commodity on the international T20 franchise circuit, Hayley plays for the Hobart Hurricanes in the Women’s Big Bash League and Loughborough Lightening in the Kia Super League. Outside of cricket, Hayley is a Playstation nerd, with Fortnite and Fifa amongst her favourites.