|Birth Day:||August 26, 1992|
|Birth Place:||Sydney, Australia|
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She started playing in her early teens, first making the NSW team at the U17 level. She joined the Australian Institute of Sport in 2012.
Paige Hadley began her netball career as a replacement player while still enrolled in Western Sydney University. A dynamic midcourter, Paige rose to prominence in the Australian Netball League, by replacing Breeana Powell for the Netball NSW Blues in 2010, before being named in the Netball NSW Waratahs 2011 team, helping the team to its maiden ANL title. Paige took up a scholarship with the Australian Institute of Sport in 2012, and in addition to making her ANZ Championship debut for the NSW Swifts – when called into the side as a temporary replacement player, she was named in the Australian 21/U team. She signed with the NSW Swifts for the 2013 ANZ Championship season, which was followed by her seven appearances for the team in 2014 as an injury replacement player, especially at the 2014 Commonwealth Games where she replaced Madi Robinson. In 2013 she sustained a knee injury after a game against Malawi.
During her first ANZ Championship season as a contracted player in 2013, Paige was named in the Australian 21/U Team for the 2013 World Youth Netball Championships, and following the conclusion of the domestic season, was selected in her first Australian Diamonds Squad. Her 2013 ANZ Championship season was capped off with winning the first NSW Swifts Coaches' Award.
Continuing an incredible year in 2013, Paige was named in her first Australian Diamonds side, and made her senior international debut on Wednesday 16 October when she entered the game at WA at halftime, helping the Diamonds defeat the Malawi Queens 83-34 in Wollongong.
On 20 October 2013 Paige capped off a good year by being named Australian 21/U Player of the Year at the Australian Netball Awards held on the Gold Coast.
On 6 March 2014, after helping the Swifts to victory in Round 1 of the 2014 ANZ Championship, Paige suffered ruptured her left anterior cruciate ligament at training and was ruled out of the remainder of the 2014 season. She made a successful comeback from the injury in 2015.
In 2015 Paige had helped Australia to win the 2015 Netball World Cup.
In 2018 she injured her ankle and therefore was unable to make it to the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Paige was born to Michael and Sandra Hadley in Sydney, Australia.
Currently, Paige Hadley is 29 years, 10 months and 2 days old. Paige Hadley will celebrate 30th birthday on a Friday 26th of August 2022. Below we countdown to Paige Hadley upcoming birthday.