Danielle Waterman

Danielle Waterman

Rugby Sevens

  • Date of Birth 20/01/1985
  • Born Taunton


Danielle Waterman’s father Jim played in more than 450 games for Bath Rugby and she became England’s youngest ever female player when she made her Test debut aged 18 in 2003.

Waterman was vice captain as England won the 2012 European Championships while in 2014, she won the Women’s Rugby World Cup, scoring a try in the final against Canada.

She returned to the rugby sevens fold after a lengthy knee injury to help England win the Canada leg of the 2015/16 World Series.

Waterman was one of the first British women to play Olympic rugby after sevens was reintroduced for Rio 2016, where the team narrowly missed out on a bronze medal.


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