Though only recently turning 21, Worcestershire’s Jack Haynes has already earned a reputation as a batter with maturity, class and style.
In 2018, he made his List A debut against the West Indies aged just 17 and then in 2019, Jack made a first class bow against touring Australians, before earning a call up to England’s U19s squad.
He made a match-winning 89 against world champions India in July and was part of the celebrated group that lifted the 2020 U19s Cricket World Cup Plate.
Last season, Jack really started to shine. In May, he fell agonisingly short of a maiden first class century, notching 97 against Derbyshire. In July, his flawless 153 in the Royal London Cup against Essex was part of a partnership that made Worcestershire’s highest opening stand in 50-Over cricket.