Australian Rugby Sevens and Commonwealth Games Silver medallist. Looking forward to being able to help young athletes stay active, have fun and improve their skills.
I was extremely sporty from a young age. I went through primary school in Glenmorgan, a very small town in country Queensland. As a young person I didn’t necessarily like school, so I put a lot of effort into athletics, cross country, netball, every single sport I could even if I wasn’t particularly good at it. I started playing rugby sevens when I was 16. I played a lot of touch football throughout my school years, which was a huge leg-up in terms of moving forward to playing rugby. I was an Australia youth player and went to the youth Commonwealth Games in Samoa in year 12, where we won gold. After I graduated from school, I was offered a development contract which meant flying down to Sydney for a week every month or so to train with the main Women's Sevens squad. I made my Sevens World Series debut against Brazil in Canada in April 2016 and from there I have made my way into the squad for the World Series, Rugby World Cup 7s and Commonwealth Games and also competing locally for Griffith in the University Sevens Series. Looking forward to being able to help young athletes stay active, have fun and improve their skills.
One-on-One Coaching 30 MINS $60
One-on-One Coaching 60 MINS $100
Small Group up to 4 athletes 60 MINS $200
Online Mentoring 30 MINS $60