Alice, now a personal trainer, got into rugby when 14 with Worcester, the club in her home city. She has since represented her country in both sevens and 15s and also played tennis as senior county level and swam for the Midlands District. At sevens, she played at the Euros and in the World Series in Houston and has a central contract. Alice captained England in the São Paulo event in February last year, also played in the Dubai, Atlanta, Langford and Clermont-Ferrand tournaments and scored 41 points last season. That tally included two tries against Brazil in São Paulo and another two in the stunning cup final triumph over New Zealand at Langford.
Overall, Alice has amassed 204 points in 14 events, comprising 16 tries and 62 successful kicks and was Team GB’s leading try-scorer with four in the 2016 Rio Olympics. She also landed four conversions.
She was educated as Alcester High School in Warwickshire, Alcester Grammar and St Mary’s University in Twickenham where she earned a BSc in Sports Science and Nutrition. She is also a trained crossFit coach and a massage therapist. When Alice was growing up, Carlos Spencer was the player she most admired. She could swim a mile at the age of five and had an LTA ranking before following her brother into rugby at the age of 16.
46 points – 2T, 15C, 2PG
2005 NZ(1R, 2R) 2007 USA(R) 2008 W(R), It, F(R), S, I(R), C(R), C(R) 2009 WV, I(R), F, S, USA, F(R), SA, C, NZ(1,2R) 2010 W(R), It, I, F(R) RWC – I(R), A, NZ(R) 2011 USA, SA, C,C,NZ, F,NZ (1,2,3)
Last updated: 26 April 2017