As an impressionable youngster, Zoe Harrison watched her dad and brothers playing at Tring and from then on, felt destined to follow in their footsteps.
And so it unfolded, with Zoe taking up rugby, just like her father John, who formerly represented Wales Schools, and brothers Alex and Eddie, the former of whom spent time with Wasps and featured for their A League side.
Zoe eventually moved to Welwyn, where she featured at U15s and U18s level, while also playing sevens – she helped England win the U18s European Championships.
The running fly-half was drafted into the England Women talent development group at the age of 14 and she made the step up to senior rugby in the 2016-17 season with Saracens, where she was then named players’ player of the year.
Her first senior England bow arrived during the Old Mutual Wealth Series against Canada in 2017 where she made three appearances as a replacement and kicked her first points from the tee as the Red Roses completed a 3-0 whitewash.
6 points – 3C.
2017 – C(R), C(R), C(R) 2018 It(R)
Last updated: 11 April 2018