Dorothy Hobson was a member of the West Indies Women Cricket team as well as Jamaica Women Cricket team.
Hobson debuted in One day International cricket on 30th June 1973 at Sittingbourne. This match was played between Jamaica Women and Young England Women. Hobson batted at the No. 10 position and was bowled by Hullah for no score. She bowled 9 overs, none of which were maidens, conceded 18 runs and took the wicket of Hullah. Jamaica Women won this match by 23 runs. Hobson played her first Test match on 7th November 1976 at Chennai. This match was played between India Women and West Indies Women. In the 1st innings, Hobson bowled 16 overs, out of which 9 were maidens, conceded 22 runs and took the wickets of Rangaswamy and Patel. She did not get an opportunity to bat in this match. This match was drawn.
Hobson played 4 Test matches in which she bowled 474 deliveries and conceded 122 runs while taking 6 wickets. Her bowling average was 20.33 and economy rate 1.54. He scored 26 runs at a batting average of 6.50 with 18 as her highest score and took 1 catch. She participated in 7 One day Internationals and bowled 442 deliveries, conceded 211 runs and took 7 wickets. Her bowling average was 30.14 and economy rate 2.86. She scored 6 runs at a batting average of 2.