Starting at prop and moving to wing is far from the usual rugby trend but Poole-born Amy did just that for the Worthing U15 team. Her initial match was in the front row before she quickly found her way into the midfield. Amy had previously sampled the game at the age of 11. She was educated at Our Lady of Sion Junior and Worthing College before reading Integrated Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath.
Amy joined Bristol in 2010 and was named as the club’s most improved player and the players’ player for 2012/13.
Amy was chosen in the 12-strong GB Women’s sevens squad for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. She went on to score two tries for Team GB in the historic event. She is now part of the England sevens squad competing on the HSBC World Series in 2017/18.
On her first game at Twickenham Stadium, she scored a try against France three minutes from time to complete the 26-13 win over France in 2017. Later that year at the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup, she scored on her two starts against Italy and USA and also came on as a replacement in the final against New Zealand.
40 points – 8T
2013 SA, USA(R), C 2017 F, W, I RWC - I, USA, NZ(R).
Last updated: 4 January 2018