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- What does Paige do for a living?
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- What are Paige’s interests and hobbies?
- Is Paige married or does she have a girlfriend/boyfriend?
- Does Paige have any children?
- Where is Paige now?
- How tall is Paige?
- How much money does Paige earn?
- What is Paige’s net worth?
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Who is Paige Hadley?
Paige Amber Hadley is a professional Australian international netball player. She is primarily a wing attack and center player and is a member of the Australian national team and plays in the ANZ Championship for the New South Wales Swifts.
How Old Is Paige Hadley?
She is 30 years old as of October 2022, having been born on August 26, 1992, in Sydney, Australia. Paige shares her birthdate with celebrities such as; Dylan O’Brien, Lil Tecca, Charlie Gillespie, Keke Palmer, Ayla Woodruff, and many more.
Paige Hadley’s Family
Who are Paige Hadley’s Parents?
She was born to Micahel Hadley (Father) and Sandra Hadley (Mother).
Does Paige Hadley have Siblings?
There is no news on the internet showing whether she has siblings or was born as an only child. In case there is news regarding this matter, we will update it here as soon as possible.
Paige Hadley Education
She received her education at Western Sydney University where she obtained a Bachelor of Business & Commerce degree.
Paige Hadley’s Marital Status
News on the internet shows that she is single as of October 2022.
Paige Hadley Kids
She does not have any kids as f October 2022. In case there is new news regarding this matter, we will update it here as soon as possible.
Paige Hadley Career
She began her career as a replacement player while still enrolled at Western Sydney University. She rose to prominence as a dynamic midcourter in the Australian Netball League by replacing Breeana Powell for the NNSW Blues in 2010. In 2011, she was named to the Netball NSW Waratahs team and helped the team to its maiden ANL title. The next year, she took up a scholarship with the Australian Institute of Sport and also made her ANZ Championship debut for the NSW Swifts. She then was called into the side as a temporary replacement player and was named to the Australian 21/U team.
For the 2013 ANZ Championship season, she signed with the NSW Swifts and she followed this with seven appearances for the team in 2014 as an injury replacement player. Especially she replaced Madi Robinson at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, However, she sustained a knee injury in 2013 after a game against Malawi. In addition, she has represented NSW at National Netball Championships throughout the 17/U, 19/U, and 21/U age groups. And has won numerous titles including the 2012 21/U National Netball Championship crown alongside fellow 2013 New South Wales Swifts recruit Melissa Tallent. In 2013 during her first ANZ Championship season as a contracted player, she was named to the Australian 21/U Team for the 2013 World Youth Netball Championships.
Also, she was selected for her first Australian Diamonds Squad following the conclusion of the domestic season. Her 2013 ANZ Championship season was capped off with winning the first NSW Swifts Coaches’ Award. In 2013 also, she continued her incredible performance and she was named in her first Australian Diamonds side. On Wednesday, October 16, she made her senior international debut when she entered the game at WA at halftime and helped the Diamonds defeat the Malawi Queens 83-34 in Wollongong. In her second game for the Australian Diamonds (vs. Malawi Queens, October 19), she was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.
That same year on October 20, she capped off a good year by being named Australian 21/U Player of the Year at the Australian Netball Awards. On March 6, 2014, she suffered a ruptured left anterior cruciate ligament at training and thus was ruled out for the remainder of the 2014 season. This was after she helped the Swifts to victory in Round 1 of the 2014 ANZ Championship. In 2015, she made a successful comeback from injury. And that same year she helped Australia win the 2015 Netball World Cup. However, she injured her ankle in 2018 and was thus unable to make it to the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Paige Hadley Height and Measurements
Adding up to her well-curved and beautiful body, she stands at a height of 5ft 8inches (1.73m) and a weight of 68kg (150lbs).
Paige Hadley’s Salary and Net Worth
Her salary is not mentioned on the internet but has an estimated net worth of between $1 and $5 million.