Lauren Harris

Lauren Harris made her Scotland Women 7s debut in 2012, the same year the squad was established.

She earned two caps that season in the FIRA-AER European qualifier in Ghent, Belgium and Moscow, Russia, scoring seven tries in the process.

Harris was selected for the 2016 squad and competed in the Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens Trophy taking her cap tally to four in the abbreviated game.

The Banff-born winger has also earned 18 caps for Scotland Women since her test-match debut against France in 2011. Her most recent appearance was also against France in the 2017 Six Nations.

A former pupil of Denholm Primary School and Jedburgh Grammar School, Harris graduated with a degree in physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen in 2011.

Top try scorer for Aberdeenshire Quines in 2009/10, she also represented Scotland in the Home Nations University 7s championship and was in the GB University 7s team at the World University Championships in Portugal in summer 2009.

Following university, she spent time working in Australia and New Zealand and broadened her rugby experience, playing for the Tribe 7s and Wellington in the NPC.

Aside from rugby, Harris has represented Scottish Borders in football, South of Scotland in hockey and won medals at the Scottish University Indoor and Outdooor Athletics championships in 2008 and 2009.

 She also played for Scotland Women U18.


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2018: Marcoussis, Kazan
2017: Ostrava, Esztergom
2016: Prague, Esztergom
2012: Ghent, Moscow


D.O.B.: 19/10/88
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Height: 1.71m
Weight: 62kg