Meg Jones

England international rugby player who scored the winning tie in the 2017 Rugby World Cup semi-final

Megan is an England international rugby player.

She made her XVs debut against New Zealand in the Rugby Super Series in July 2015 before playing off the bench for the Red Roses in the 39-6 win over Canada in the Old Mutual Wealth Series at Twickenham Stadium.

She started for the Red Roses against Australia and Canada in the first two matches of the 2017 International Women's Rugby Series, playing at outside centre and inside centre respectively, showing her versatility across the backline. She scored England's opening try of the 2017 Women's World Cup when she crossed against Spain and also went over for the game-clinching try in the semi-final against France, before starting in the final.

Megan joined the England Sevens programme for 2017-18 and tops her team’s conversion charts in 2019/20.

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