Palmerston North's Hannah Rowe made her WHITE FERNS debut against England in February 2015 while still in her teens.
Rowe also made her mark at the backend of the 2017 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup in England where she was named Player of the Match against West Indies before leading the way with the ball against India in pool-play.
Rowe uses her height and pace to her advantage and represents the Central Hinds at domestic level, she also studied in her home town, completing a Bachelor of Communications.
She grew up on a dairy farm in Manawatu and has played organised cricket since she was eight, starting with the Te Kawau Juniors.
Now a key figure in the WHITE FERNS bowling unit, she was part of the squad for the home ICC Women's World Cup in 2022 and helped the WHITE FERNS claim a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Rowe has also developed her batting game and is known as a dangerous middle to lower order option, particularly in the shortest form of the game.