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Name  Emily Scarratt
Height  1.81 m
School  Bosworth Academy

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Emily Scarratt (born 8 February 1990) is an English rugby union player. She plays centre or fullback for Lichfield and for England. She is also a qualified teacher.

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Club career

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Scarratt played for Leicester Forest before moving to Lichfield.

International career

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Scarratt first played for England in 2008, scoring 12 tries in 12 games and earning comparisons to Brian O'Driscoll. She not only plays in the XV's game but also for the Women's Sevens side, for whom she has scored 12 tries and played in several tournaments.

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In 2014, Scarratt proved to be an invaluable player to England Women, scoring 16 points in the Rugby World Cup final to help England beat Canada to the title. In addition, Scarratt ended the tournament as top points scorer with 70 points.

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In 2016, Scarratt captained Team GB in the Rugby 7's at the Olympics in Rio, finishing in 4th place. She was named in the squad for the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland.

Personal life

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At a young age, Scarratt played hockey, rounders and basketball and was offered a US Basketball Scholarship aged 16 but turned it down.

Scarratt was also a PE assistant at King Edward's School Birmingham, following in the footsteps of fellow England rugby international Natasha Hunt, but like many of her national teammates she left her job in order to become a full-time professional rugby player.

Honours

  • RBS 6 Nations Rugby Women's winner 2012
  • Women's rugby 7s world tournament winner
  • England Women's Rugby Player of the Year Award 2013
  • 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup
  • (amongst others)

    References

    Emily Scarratt Wikipedia