I’ve broke my ribs a couple of times plenty of black eyes, thick lips Knee, ankle, collar bone, nose twice,
cheek bone. It was meant to be a friendly. We get told that we shouldn’t play rugby. People would always say I was too skinny. Because I was a bigger girl and I
wouldn’t be fit enough. They say that we are not good enough. It’s a boys sport. You’re not hard enough. You’re too girly. You’re always going to be too something
in someone else’s eyes. Why should I have to have to prove that I can be a pretty girl and a
rugby girl. They shouldn’t tell us what our ability is We have to train harder, work harder, we have to be more determined. Because I want to prove all the
boys wrong. It’s not a male sport, I can lift I can tackle I play rugby because I’m good at it. Sixty caps, Fifty-six starts, eight six nations, two world cups. There is no typical rugby player you can be you and still be a great rugby player.