1. International women
Sarah Ann Bonar made her Scotland Women debut off the bench against Spain in the first of two Women's Rugby World Cup Qualifiers in November 2016.
She went on to feature in every game of the 2017 Six Nations and made her first start in the game against England at Twickenham Stoop.
Bonar was named as one of eight ‘2021’ contracted players by Scottish Rugby ahead of the 2018/19 season staying with her English Tyrrell’s Premier 15s side, Loughborough Lightning.
The Aberdeen-born lock took up rugby in 2014. She attended Hartpury College and went on to study Geography at Loughborough University, before becoming a secondary teacher in Geography.