In a stellar international career spanning 15 years, Emily Scarratt has won trophies and awards galore and has become one of the most recognisable personalities within English rugby. Since her international debut in 2008, aged just 18, she has gone on to win 100 Test caps for England, captained the side in both 15s and 7s and – most memorably – put in a Player-of-the-Match performance in the 2014 World Cup final to take the Red Roses to glory.
She became England’s record point-scorer in 2020, captained Great Britain’s 7s side at the Rio Olympics, is a Commonwealth bronze medallist, and was named World Rugby’s Women’s Player of the Year in 2019. Putting the ‘Scaz’ in The Good, The Scaz & The Rugby, she is now also a highly successful podcaster, and is passionate about promoting and representing women’s rugby.
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