Sam Hain, a self-assured right-hand batsman, was first introduced to cricket by his older brother. Together with his twin, they organized backyard tournaments that eventually led to his involvement in club cricket. Hain’s initial experience making a century was during his time in the Under 12s, which he still considers one of his most cherished cricket memories. Additionally, he fondly recalls his debut for Australia against England in the quad series that took place in Queensland early in 2012. At the 2011 U19s National Championships, Hain delivered a standout performance, including an unbeaten score of 114 runs for Queensland in one of the innings, contributing to an average of 67 for the entire tournament. Besides his prowess with the bat, he can also make valuable contributions with his right-arm off-spinners.