I played League … many moons ago. I have always found myself backing the only side worth backing in this rugby fuelled city, Hull FC. I had to go back to basics with Union but every moment I’ve learned in training has been a valuable lesson that I can’t wait to put into practise in matches … I just need to learn to run towards the ball, not away
Why do you think there is a need for Inclusive Rugby?
When I played League, I held back and felt I was an outsider. I would feel that I could never truly be able to be myself or be part of a team. #TeamRoundheads allows me to follow my passion and be myself. Inclusive Rugby instils all the values, beliefs and respect that I can proudly stand behind.
What have you enjoyed the most about being a Roundhead and what is your favourite memory so far?
I honestly enjoy every moment with the team. I actually look forward to training, which means I look forward to physical activities. Which is not a sentence I would of said a year ago ! My best memory was my first game, it was against Liverpool Tritons RUFC. I was petrified during the warm-up training, especially after seeing their team but I was quietly confident I was just going to substitute for 5 minutes. Little did I know it was going to turn into 3/4 of the match, and I loved every second of it.