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Hayley Matthews Net worth, Bio, Wiki, Husband, Age, Stats, Height, Record, WPL, Father name

Hayley Matthews is a West Indies cricket player. She is the opening batter in her team. Hayley Matthews’s father’s name is Mike Matthews. Hayley Matthews is 25 years old and her Birthday is 19 March 1998.

Hayley Matthews Biography | Bio

Hayley Matthews is a West Indies International cricketer who currently represents the West Indies national cricket team as an All-Rounder. She is a Right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler. Matthews has participated in various domestic cricket competitions, including teams like Barbados, Barbados Royals, and Melbourne Renegades. She has also previously played for Tasmania, Lancashire Thunder, Southern Vipers, Loughborough Lightning, Velocity, and Hobart Hurricanes. Matthews is widely regarded as one of the best All-Rounders in women’s cricket.

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Born on March 19, 1998, in Bridgetown, Barbados, West Indies, Hayley Matthews developed a deep passion for cricket from a young age. She frequently attended her father’s matches and even played on the Kensington Oval ground in Pickwick Club during breaks with her brother. At the age of 8, Matthews started playing cricket with the school’s boys’ team and became its captain at 11. Later, she joined the under-13 boys’ team at her school and served as its captain. Remarkably, she began playing domestic cricket for the Barbados Under 19 cricket team when she was just 9 years old, gaining considerable attention at a very young age. This early exposure contributed to her reputation as one of the best All-Rounders in women’s cricket.

After excelling in domestic cricket, Matthews earned a place in the West Indies national women’s cricket team. She made her Women’s One Day International (WODI) debut for West Indies against Australia Women on November 11, 2014, at the Sydney Cricket Stadium. Matthews also made her Women’s T20 debut for West Indies against New Zealand on September 27, 2014, in Kingston. In June 2022, Matthews was appointed as the captain of the West Indies National team. Notably, in the 2023 Women’s T20 Premier League auction in India, she was acquired by the Mumbai Indians for a base price of 40 Lakh INR.

 

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Hayley Matthews Wikipedia | Wiki

Wiki
Real name/Full nameHayley Kristen Matthews 
Profession• Cricketer (All-rounder)
• Athlete (Javelin Throw)
Famous forMan of the Match in the 2016 T20 World Cup final against Australia which West Indies won
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters– 170 cm
in meters– 1.70 m
in feet & inches– 5’ 7”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms– 55 kg
in pounds– 121 lbs
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Cricket
International DebutODI– 11 November 2014 against Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
T20– 27 September 2014 against New Zealand at Kingston
Jersey Number# 50 (West Indies)

Hayley Matthews Jersey Number
Hayley Matthews Jersey Number
Domestic/State Team• Pickwick Club
• Barbados
• Tasmanian Roar
• Hobart Hurricanes
• Melbourne Renegades
• Lancashire Thunders
• Southern Vipers
• Loughborough Lightning
• Welsh Fire
• Velocity
• Trailblazers
• Mumbai Indians
• Barbados Royals
Batting StyleRight-handed
Bowling StyleRight-arm off-spinner
Records• Youngest West Indian player (male or female) to score a century at home
Awards• Top allrounder award for both the T20 Blaze and CG United Women’s Super50 Cup in June 2022
• ICC’s Women’s Player-of-the-Month award for November 2021
Personal Life
Date of Birth19 March 1998 (Thursday)
Age (as of 2023)25 Years
BirthplaceBridgetown, Barbados
Zodiac signPisces
SignatureHayley Matthews Biography | Bio
NationalityBarbadian/Bajan
HometownBridgetown, Barbados
School• People’s Cathedral Primary School
• Harrison College
Controversy• 8-match Ban 
In August 2019, an incident happened between her and a fellow Barbadian player after a training session following which the matter was referred to Cricket West Indies’ (CWI) Disciplinary Committee. After probing the matter internally, CWI banned her for 8 matches in October 2019. Further details about the incident were not shared by CWI.
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Family
ParentsFather– Mike Matthews (former club cricketer)

Father- Mike Matthews (former club cricketer)
Right- Brother Wayne and Centre Her father Mike

Mother– Lisa Matthews

Hayley Matthews Mother

SiblingsBrother– Wayne Matthews
Net Worth (As of 2023)
Income SourceCrickets, Brand Promotion
Salary40 Lakhs
Net Worth$3 Million

 

Hayley Matthews’ career stats

Here are Hayley Matthews’ career stats

Batting & Fielding

FORMATMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
WODIs78752202811927.78294368.904624810400
WT20Is87875194713223.741771109.932924436340

Bowling

FORMATMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
WODIs787333312243944/154/1523.864.0435.4300
WT20Is878015651522904/104/1016.915.8317.3400

 

Hayley Matthews’ Top Records

Batting: Most Runs

  1. 18th – Most runs in a career (1947)
  2. 6th – Most runs in an innings (132)
  3. 8th – Most runs in a calendar year (621)
  4. 4th – Most runs in an innings (by batting position) (132)
  5. 3rd – Most runs in a match on the losing side (99*)
  6. 34th – Most runs on a single ground (242)
  7. 3rd – Most runs in an innings by a captain (132)

Batting: Fifties

  1. 18th – Most fifties in a career (11)

Batting: Long Innings

  1. 6th – Highest percentage of runs in a completed innings (67.34%)

Bowling: Most Wickets

  1. 15th – Most wickets in a career (90)
  2. 41st – Most wickets on a single ground (13)
  3. 11th – Best figures in an innings by a captain (4)
  4. 9th – Best figures in an innings when on the losing side (4)

Bowling: Averages, Strike Rates, and Economy

  1. 39th – Best career strike rate (17.3)
  2. 37th – Worst economy rate in an innings (15.50)

Bowling: Hauls

  1. 5th – Most four-wickets-in-an-innings in a career (4)

Bowling: Most Balls Bowled

  1. 21st – Most balls bowled in a career (1565)

Bowling: Most Runs Conceded

  1. 20th – Most runs conceded in a career (1522)

Bowling: Dismissals

  1. 32nd – Bowler/fielder combinations (9)
  2. 48th – Most wickets taken bowled (16)
  3. 8th – Most wickets taken caught (61)
  4. 1st – Most wickets taken caught and bowled (9)
  5. 7th – Most wickets taken caught by a fielder (55)
  6. 28th – Most wickets taken caught by a wicketkeeper (6)
  7. 34th – Most wickets taken stumped (7)

Fielding: Most Catches

  1. 17th – Most catches in a career (34)

Fow: Innings Partnerships

  1. 12th – Highest partnerships for any wicket (174)
  2. 33rd – Highest partnership for the first wicket (120)
  3. 3rd – Highest partnership for the second wicket (174)

Individual: Players

  1. 45th – Most matches in a career (87)

Individual: Captains

  1. 43rd – Most matches as captain (26)

This table provides a clear breakdown of Hayley Matthews’ career achievements and statistics across different aspects of the game.

FACTS ABOUT HAYLEY MATTHEWS

Hayley Matthews Biography | Bio
Hayley Matthews and Haramanpreet Kaur

Here are some lesser-known facts about Hayley Matthews:

  1. Hayley Matthews is a prominent West Indies cricketer who has not only played for the West Indies team but has also captained the side. She has showcased her skills in various tournaments, representing teams like Hobart Hurricanes, Welsh Fire, Melbourne Stars, and Mumbai Indians. She is widely recognized as one of the top West Indies cricketers.
  2. Her love for cricket dates back to her childhood when she picked up the bat at the tender age of 7. She often accompanied her father to cricket matches and developed a deep passion for the game.
  3. During her early years, she frequented Pickwick’s home ground, Kensington Oval, with her brother Wayne, where they would joyfully run around the cricket ground.
  4. Hayley Matthews not only played cricket but also led both the boys’ team at her school, People’s Cathedral Primary School, and Harrison College.
  5. Remarkably, at the age of 9, she began playing for the Barbados under-19 team, and by the age of 12, she had already made her debut for the Barbados senior team.
  6. Her cricket journey continued to soar as she played in the first division for the Pickwick Cricket Club when she was just 18 years old.
  7. During her debut match against Australia, Hayley Matthews achieved her first ODI half-century. She reached another milestone by scoring her first ODI century on September 22, 2018, with a brilliant 117 runs against South Africa in Bridgetown, Barbados. Notably, she recorded her second ODI century on July 12, 2021, with an unbeaten 100 runs against Pakistan. Her highest ODI score of 119 runs off 128 balls came on March 4, 2022, during the 2022 Women’s World Cup in New Zealand.
  8. Matthews has also showcased her bowling prowess by taking four wickets for 57 runs in an ODI match against England on June 6, 2019, and four wickets for 26 runs in an ODI match against Pakistan in Karachi on November 11, 2021. She had another remarkable performance, taking four wickets for just 15 runs in an ODI match against Bangladesh on March 18, 2022, during the 2022 Women’s World Cup in New Zealand.
  9. In the 2017 Women’s ODI World Cup held in England, she played 7 matches, accumulating 158 runs at an average of 22.57 and taking 3 wickets. In the 2022 Women’s ODI World Cup in New Zealand, she played 8 matches, amassing 260 runs at an average of 32.50 and securing 10 wickets.
  10. Hayley Matthews played a pivotal role in the West Indies’ victory in the 2016 Women’s T20 World Cup held in India, contributing 66 runs off 45 balls in the final against Australia. Her outstanding performance earned her the title of Man of the Match.
  11. In the T20I format, she has shown her batting prowess with notable performances like scoring 53 runs off 31 balls against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui and 70 runs off 52 balls against South Africa at Tarouba. She achieved her maiden T20I century by scoring 107 runs off 62 balls against Ireland in Dublin on May 29, 2019. Her recent achievement includes scoring 56 runs off 54 balls against New Zealand at North Sound on October 6, 2022.
  12. In the Women’s T20 World Cup events, she has consistently delivered, playing 6 matches in the 2016 edition, 5 matches in the 2018 edition, 3 matches in the 2020 edition, and 4 matches in the 2023 edition, with impressive contributions in both batting and bowling.
  13. Hayley Matthews also ventured into playing for various teams in international and domestic leagues. She played for Tasmanian Roar in Australia’s Women’s ODI National Cricket League during the 2015-16 season. Additionally, she featured in England’s Women’s T20 Cricket Super League, representing Lancashire Thunders in 2016, Southern Vipers in 2017, and Loughborough Lightning in 2019. In the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL), she played for Hobart Hurricanes from 2015-16 to the 2020-21 season.
  14. Her commitment to the game extended to participating in India’s Women’s T20 Challenge Tournament, where she played for the Velocity team in 2019 and the Trailblazers team in 2022. She also joined England’s 100-ball tournament, “The Hundred,” in 2021, representing the Welsh Fire team.
  1. Hayley Matthews continued her international T20 career by playing for the Melbourne Renegades in the 2022-23 WBBL season. She also showcased her skills in the Women’s T20 Caribbean Premier League and Women’s T10 The 6ixty tournament, representing the Barbados Royals team in 2022.
  2. In the Women’s T20 Premier League (WPL) auction in 2023, she was acquired by the Mumbai Indians team for the base price of Rs 40 lakhs, showcasing her value in the league.
  3. Despite her remarkable cricket career, Hayley Matthews has faced multiple injuries at different points in her journey. She sustained a knee injury during a match against England in Bristol during the 2017 ODI World Cup. Another injury occurred to her right knee while batting for Hobart Hurricanes in a WBBL match against Melbourne Stars in December 2018. Additionally, she injured her shoulder while playing in a T20I match against India during the 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup held in West Indies.
  4. Beyond cricket, Hayley Matthews showcased her versatility as a javelin thrower, representing Barbados in various national and international competitions. She achieved significant success, including silver and gold medals in the CARIFTA Games and a bronze medal in the Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships in Athletics.
  5. In June 2022, she was bestowed with the honor of captaining the West Indies national team, further solidifying her leadership in the sport.
  6. In her leisure time, Hayley Matthews enjoys playing PlayStation games, with “Fifa” and “Fortnite” being her favorite gaming choices.

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