Rugby was always going to play a part of life for Danielle Waterman, known as 'Nolli', with her father, Jim, having appeared in more than 450 games for Bath Rugby.
Both of Danielle's brothers play the game and she’s also a World Cup winner, having scored a try in the 2014 final against Canada.
In fact, Danielle has played in four World Cups while she also represented Team GB in sevens at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
She made her Test debut back in 2003, at 18 becoming the youngest player to represent her country at the time.
Her dazzling, 60-metre effort scored for England against Canada in November 2016 achieved world fame, seemingly beating every member of the opposition on the way to the line.
Danielle is a Six Nations veteran and started five matches in the 2018 Championship, scoring three tries including a double against Scotland.
Taunton-born, Danielle has spent time at Worcester and Bristol but joined Wasps for the start of the inaugural Tyrrells Premier 15s season in 2017.
She was head of AASE academy at Hartpury College before being contracted to England Rugby, and is an ambassador for Rugby for Heroes.
235 points – 47T.
2003 I(R) 2004 C(R), C(R) 2005 SA(R), Sam(R), NZ(1R,2) 2006 W(R), Sp(R), S, F, I RWC - SA(R), F, NZ 2007 S, It, I, F, W, USA 2008 W, It, F, S(R), I, USA, USA(R), C, C, I 2009 USA(R), F, SA(R), C RWC - I, Kaz(R), USA, A, NZ 2011 W, It, F, S(R), I(R), USA, SA(R), C, NZ 2012 Sp, It, F, F, NZ 2014 It RWC - Sam, Sp, C, I, C 2016 F, I, NZ, C 2017 F, W, S, I, C, NZ, C, C, C RWC - S, I, USA, F 2018 It, W, S, F, I
Last updated: 2 April 2018