Megan travelled to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro as a non-playing reserve for Team GB sevens at the age of just 19.
Born in Cardiff and educated at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf, she began her rugby career with Glamorgan Wanderers aged six and has studied Sports Science and Management at Hartpury College.
Megan made her XVs debut against New Zealand in the Rugby Super Series in July 2015 before playing off the bench for the Red Roses in the 39-6 win over Canada in the final match of the Old Mutual Wealth Series at Twickenham Stadium.
Megan was a scrum half up to the age of 13 but moved to fly half once she played in the women’s game. She started for the Red Roses against Australia and Canada in the first two matches of the 2017 International Women's Rugby Series, playing at outside centre and inside centre respectively, showing her versatility across the backline.
She scored England's opening try of the 2017 Women's World Cup, and her first at international level, when she crossed against Spain and also went over for the game clinching try in the semi-final against France, before starting in the final. Megan joined the England Sevens programme for the 2017/18 campaign.
10 points - 2T.
2015 NZ 2016 C(R) 2017 A, C RWC - S, I(R), USA(R), F(R), NZ.
Last updated: 4 January 2018