|Date of birth||25 May 1998|
|Debut||Langford, Canada - 2016|
Hometown: Toowoomba, Queensland
Hayes made her HSBC Sevens World Series debut at just 17 years and 327 days old when she took to the field as a replacement against Brazil in Canada in April 2016. A product of the Rugby Australia pathway, Hayes was a vital cog in the Australian Youth Girls team that won a Gold Medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games in September 2015 in Samoa.
Commencing 2017 off with a win as part of the Women's team at the Central Coast Sevens, Hayes then backed up with impressive performances for Griffith University, during the Aon University Sevens Series coming in fourth place alongside Aussie Women's Sevens teammate Shannon Parry.
2018 saw Hayes, continue to shine making her Rugby World Cup 7s and Commonwealth Games debuts. 2019 saw Hayes have battles with injuries but she has come through them a physical stronger athlete.
Outside of Rugby Hayes is passionate about the land and is an excellent horse rider having been around horses her entire life.