50 Years

Rugby Union World Player of the Year (Women's)

Carnegie School of Sport graduate Emily Scarratt is best known as the player who secured England’s 2014 Women’s World Cup triumph with six minutes left in the game. She was named World Rugby's Women's Player of the Year in November 2019 and became the highest ever Red Roses points scorer in the 2020 Six Nations. She was awarded an honorary doctorate by Leeds Beckett University in 2015.
Published on 10 Jul 2020
Impact in Sport - Emily Scarratt