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Rachael Haynes

Rachael Haynes

Born on Boxing Day, Rachael Haynes’ earliest cricketing memories were bowling at the door of her dog’s kennel in the family’s backyard. Originally from Melbourne, Haynes made her WNCL debut for Victoria as a 19-year-old in in the 2005-06 season. She went on to become a key figure in the Spirit line-up and skippered her state to back-to-back WT20 titles in her first two seasons as captain. Haynes’ leadership potential was recognised early and in 2008 she was chosen to lead the Australian Youth team, guiding them to upset victories over the senior English and Australian teams. In 2009 she was selected in Australia's squad for their tour of England where she made 98 runs in her Test debut. She was dismissed in the final over of the first day in that match as the nervous nineties caught up with her! In 2011-12 Haynes moved north and joined the Lendlease Breakers. She had a major impact on the team that summer, especially in the WNCL Final. Haynes was standing at the other end as NSW lost two early wickets in the decider against Victoria. Along with Lisa Sthalekar, Haynes mounted a fight-back which saw her post 156 – the first...

Along with Belinda Clark, Rachael Haynes is one of only two players to have captained both NSW and Victoria in a WNCL match. 

Test Debut date : 10/07/2009

ODI Debut date : 07/07/2009

T20 Debut date : 21/02/2010

Age : 32 years 27 days

Role : Allrounder

Height : 163

Batting Style : Left Hand

Bowling Style : Left Arm Medium

Team Played For : N/A

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