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December 16, 2021 1 min read

Emily Scarratt (31), England's premier fullback, has had an impressive playing career to date. She is known for her try scoring record, and is considered to be one of the fastest players in the sport.

Two years after turning down a Basketball scholarship in the US, she made her debut for England at age 18. She has since gone on to score an impressive number of tries, including one during the final of the Women's Rugby World Cup in 2014.

Scarratt is also a talented sprinter, and represented England in the 4x100m relay at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She has said that rugby and sprinting complement each other well, as rugby provides a chance to develop speed and agility.

So far in her rugby career, Scarratt has scored an incredible 95 tries in 130 international games for England. In the Women's Rugby World Cup alone she has scored three tries in two separate tournaments. She is also one of only four rugby players to score over 500 points for England, and has participated in five different rugby world cups.

The rugby star was named as the IRB Women's Player of the Year in 2014, and won the RPA player of the year three times. In 2015, she was also awarded an OBE for her services to rugby.

Scarratt is considered to be one of the best rugby players in the world, and is sure to continue scoring tries and leading England to victory in future tournaments.


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