|Date of Birth:||1989, May 27|
|Age:||30 years old|
|Birth Nation:||New Zealand|
|Height:||6 Feet 1 Inch|
|Birth Name||Bailey Mes|
|Birth Place||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Famous Name||Bailey Mes|
|Net Worth||$2.5 million|
|Past Team||Mainland Tactix|
|Weight||75 kg (165 lbs)|
|Position in Team||goal shoot, goal attack, and wing attack.|
|Current team||Northern Mystics and Silver Ferns|
|Started career as||netballl player|
|School attended||Onehunga High School|
Bailey Mes is a professional netball player who is currently playing for the Silver Ferns and New Zealand National team. She also plays for the Northern Mystics in the ANZ Premiership. Previously, she played for the Mainland Tactix and also participated in the 2012 Fast5 Netball World Series.
Bailey started her Silver Ferns career in 2012 where she made her debut against South Africa. So far she has collected a decent amount of net worth around $2.5 million.
Well, Bailey is a famous netball player who is in her professional netball career for quite a long time so it is obvious for a player of such status to have a net worth of more than $2.5 million. She is also among the list of the highly experienced players whose career earnings are higher than the newcomers in the netball.
Mes plays for her national team as well as for the Northern Mystics club so she has two salaries. Talking about her national team salary, she might be receiving around $40,000 annually and it is the estimated salary since there is no information regarding the exact figure of salary.
Moreover, the club salary is always higher than that of national team salary, as the minimum salary reported for the professional netball players playing in the ANZ Premiership is around $40,000. The salary varies according to the experience and performance level of the players and since Mes is a well-experienced netball player she might be receiving a salary of above $60,000 annually.
Apart from salary, the players also receive a decent amount as a bonus and incentives. Moreover, they also earn from various endorsements and sponsorships. Since the players are always fond of collecting expensive persona assets, so it can be said that Bailey might own several personal assets like cars and house.
Bailey is among the netball players who have a large number of fan following so it is normal that her fans are quite curious to know facts regarding her personal life. Well, so far it doesn't seem that Bailey is married or engaged since she hasn't confirmed yet about that.
Mes is quite secretive in nature when it comes to her personal life which can be proved by exploring her social media as there are only posts relating to her family life and professional life but you won't find a single post suggesting her current relationship status.
She seems to be single nowadays or it can also be said that due to her secretive nature she has hidden the information about her probable spouse or boyfriend. Furthermore, there aren't many facts disclosed about her sexuality whether she is a lesbian or not.
It is hard to believe that the player of such fame is not involved in any relationship but for some players, professional life is all that matters and they don't give priority their love life. As going on exploring her social media accounts, it is found that she spends a lot of time with her family and friends and she is also very much fond of traveling.
The 30 years old Northern Mystics netball player is 1.87 m (6 ft 1 1⁄2 in) tall in height and weighs about 75 kilograms(165 lbs).
Bailey Mes is a native of New Zealand who was born on 27 May 1989, in Auckland, New Zealand. She belongs to the white ethnicity and her nationality is Kiwi.
Bailey Mes is a New Zealand's professional netball player who is currently playing for the Silver Ferns. She also plays for the Northern Mystics in the ANZ Premiership. Previously, she played for the Mainland Tactix and also participated in the 2012 Fast5 Netball World Series.
Bailey's position in the game includes goal shoot, goal attack, and wing attack. She started her club career with the Mainland Tactix in 2015 and is in the squad for the ANZ Championship in 2015. Currently, she is in the Silver Ferns roster for the 2019 Netball World Cup and her team is led by captain Laura Langman.