Hill was the first woman to play in the Home Counties Premier League and is also a player ambassador for the Lord’s Taverners
DOB: January 3, 1997
Role: Right-hand bat, wicketkeeper
Originally from Buckinghamshire, wicketkeeper-batter Chloe Hill has represented Worcestershire at county level.
Hill plays her club cricket for Tring Park CC’s 1st XI.
She was the first woman to play in the Home Counties Premier League and is also a player ambassador for the Lord’s Taverners, giving her the opportunity to play alongside legends of the game.
Hill made four appearances for Sparks in 2020, scoring 34 runs from the middle order, and a further 10 appearances in both List A and T20 cricket in 2021, scoring 70 runs.
She also served as Sparks' second-choice wicketkeeper, behind England international Amy Jones, taking seven catches and completing one stumping.
In May 2022, it was announced that Hill would spend the Charlotte Edwards Cup on loan with Southern Vipers before returning to Central Sparks ahead of the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
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