Sam Hain is one of cricket’s hot properties. At the age of 18 he broke Ian Bell’s record and became the youngest man to score a County Championship century for Warwickshire CCC.
A regular in the First XI, Sam is established, settled and focused on scoring runs for Warwickshire. After only playing two seasons Sam has already passed 1300 first-class runs and he’ll have his sights on bigger targets this coming season.
Sam was born in Hong Kong, raised in Australia with English parents and has made clear his desire to play for England. At the end of the 2016 season Sam will become eligible to play for England and if he continues his incredible form he’s likely to cause the England selectors a headache.