How has rugby changed your life? Tell us a little about the impact it’s had for you, good and bad.
It has shown me the value of a chosen family and given me purpose. It's helped me find confidence in my body and my mental strength. It also has taught me resilience and is still teaching me how far I can push myself and try to keep a balance.
What are you like on the pitch? Describe your rugby player self in three words.
Direct, Diverse and Dense.
What are you like off pitch? Describe your civilian self in three words.
Passionate, Fun, Relaxed.
Something surprising about you:
I have won a trophy for Irish dancing.
Rugby red flags/icks- what are yours?
Backs wearing a scrum hat, gloves, long sondico undershorts and flankers who don't scrum but think they have won the penalty.
What are some clubs/teams you have played for in the past?
Bristol Bears Women England U20's.
Your teammates would describe you as most likely to:
Not reply to a text.
Rugby green flags- what are yours?
Flankers who scrummage, tape lifters instead of the sleeves, taping their ears instead of wearing a scrum hat.
Your secret talent:
Disappearing on a night out.
Your gameday hairstyle:
A buzzcut or mullet.
The one thing you would change about rugby if you could:
Add more contact.
Three songs that are in your pre-game or gym playlist:
Knocked up - Kings of Leon Break stuff - Limp Bizkit Picture to Burn - Taylor Swift.
The title of your rugby autobiography would be:
Peaked at 17.
Your mantra/game day focus words/favourite mentality quote is:
The most surprising rugby position you have played: