How I Started
I was in reception when I started playing football because the local football team posted a letter through the door looking to recruit new players. I started in year 1 as they originally told me I was too small to play, and I stayed with the team until I was nine years old.
My Greatest Achievement
My greatest achievement is making my England U16 debut against Ireland. Having been a part of the England squad since I was 14, I was already very familiar as we played seasons and attended camps for the first couple of years. My debut was actually behind closed doors in the midst of the pandemic. While it was unorthodox I still took it as a chance to prove myself and although we lost 2-1 I felt I played well and had proved myself!
My Greatest Challenge
My greatest challenge was making the jump from U16’s to U21’s. This was because of the increase in workload as I went from two training sessions per week to four training sessions per week. I was also part of an older team as I moved up into this bracket at the age of 15 and so I was playing with players that could have been six years older than me!
Outside of football, I enjoy Badminton, which I played at the county level and I also enjoy spending time with friends and family outside of my training hours.
My Future goals
My future aspirations are to make it as a professional footballer and I would like to lift the WSL title and the World Cup for England!