Full name Albert Costayne Hayden Walsh
Born March 4, 1963, Antigua
Died January 9, 2010, Antigua (aged 46 years 311 days)
Major teams Antigua and Barbuda, Leeward Islands
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Relation Son - HR Walsh
|First-class span||1987/88 - 1992/93|
|List A span||1988/89 - 1998/99|
Hayden Walsh played as an opening batsman for the Leeward Islands and was later involved in coaching and administration. He established a cricket academy - The Antigua Technical Cricket Academy, originally known as the Technical Cricket Clinic - in 1999 with around 20 youngsters. He was also an active member of the Antigua and Barbuda Cricket Association. He died in a swimming-pool accident.
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