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1. England Women


Rochelle Clark

Rocky was a stalwart and long stay in the England team between 2003-2018. During her illustrious career she gained 8 six nations winners titles, of which 7 were grand slams. Rocky became the most capped England player of all time over taking her childhood hero ‘Jason Leonard’. Rocky gained an impressive 137 caps to her name in her long career. She also went to 4 world cups and made the final each time. Her proudest moment came in August 2014 out in Paris where she became a World Cup winner. Rocky was a key part of the 2014 team that went onto become world champions. Rocky was also awarded the RPA player of the year in 2015 as well as becoming an M.B.E later in the year. The 2014 team also won the sports personality ‘team of the year’ award. Rocky also boasts the record for the most capped female ever. Rocky continues to play rugby for Premiership title holders Saracens and is also a level 4 rugby coach. Her ambition is to continue to coach at the highest level, a quest we would expect her to do very well on. Rocky also balances her playing/coaching life with personal training and punditry. She can often be seen taking a break from her hectic schedule to walk her beloved Pooch, Autumn the cockapoo and take her out for coffees to watch the world go by.





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