Date of birth
Hincks started the first ever WSL game, where the forward represented Chelsea; a club Hincks played for, for three seasons.
Hincks, who has represented England at all youth levels, has played in two FA Cup finals, one with Charlton Athletic and one with Chelsea, with Hincks' time with the Addicks also seeing her lift the League Cup (which is now known as the Conti Cup).
A one season stint out in Iceland for FH Hafnarfjordur was a successful one for the striker, named MVP and also in the league's 'Team of the Season' after finishing at the club's top scorer.
Upon Hincks' return to England, Millwall Lionesses secured her services for three seasons, which resulted in the club's highest ever finish (3rd) in the WSL2 (Champsionship), as well as going unbeaten for 19 games.
This is Hincks' second season now at Crystal Palace having won Player of the Year in her first season, which also saw the striker with end the campaign as top scorer.