How I Started
I started at Bradford Park Avenue at the age of 4, I was inspired by my mum and brother as My brother played for the same team, and from there I joined the club and began training. At the age of 8 I attended a sports camp with Leeds United called Leeds Legends, there was a tournament at the end of this camp and the coaches picked the best boy and girl. I went along to the club and stayed at Leeds until the age of 16, whilst rising through the age groups at Leeds I was scouted for and played for England from the age of 15 and I am now in the under-23 squad!
My Greatest Achievement
My greatest achievement is playing for England. I have played for the England Women’s squad since I was 15 and it has been an amazing opportunity to represent my country and put women’s football on a larger stage too! I specifically remember playing against Germany in the U19 Euro Elite Round. We lost 3-2, but it was an immensely challenging match and I took a lot away from the experience.
My Greatest Challenge
In 2021 I suffered two injuries; I endured a torn Hamstring after the first match of the season and also a torn Ligament just two months after returning from my Hamstring injury! Another difficult challenge I have faced is sustaining funding, this is difficult as a balance between full-time training and sustaining funding is hard to strike.
Besides Football, I enjoy listening to music, going to gigs, podcasts, and spending time with friends and family!
My Future goals
My future aspirations are to play in the England women’s first team and to play in the Barclays Women’s Super League!