A student support adviser, Justine has a degree in Sports Science and Maths from Loughborough University. It was there she took up rugby at the age of 20 in her final year.
She was named the university’s players’ player in 2011 before heading to Lichfield where she became the best newcomer in 2012 and the most improved player of 2013.
Justine scored her only England try to date in the 42-13 win over Scotland in the 2015 Six Nations and played in all five matches for the triumphant side in this year’s tournament.
Justine, who was born in Stevenage and schooled at Knights Templar in Baldock, played county hockey and also represented her college at football. Her uncle James was a junior world champion in slalom canoeing.
After playing in every match of the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup she moved to Wasps Ladies.
5 points – 1T.
2013 C(R), SA, C(R) 2015 W(R), It(R), S, F, USA(R), NZ, C, F(R), I 2016 I(R), NZ(R) 2017 F(R), W(R), It, S, I, A(R), C, NZ(R), C(R) RWC - S(R), I, USA(R), F(R), NZ(R) 2018 It(R), W(R)
Last updated: 12 February 2018