Eilidh Sinclair started playing rugby when she was at school at The Community School of Auchterarder.
Sinclair was first capped for Scotland in 2014 and has gone on to represent both Scotland Women and Scotland Women 7s.
The microbiologist currently lives in Australia and plays for the Queensland Reds.
Rugby career highlights for Sinclair are progressing and developing with the Women’s 7s team from winning the European Grand Prix bowl during her first 7s cap to being part of Scotland’s first ever appearance on the World Series in June 2019.
Date of birth: 06/07/95
Scotland Debut: 2014
Place of birth: Kirkcaldy