Deborah McCormack began playing at the age of ten, when her brother began playing for local club, Medway RFC.
She won her first Scotland Women cap against Ireland in the 2014 Six Nations and has featured in every match since, including the wins against Wales and Italy in the 2017 edition.
The former Fort Pitt GS pupil scored her first international try against Spain at Scotstoun Stadium in the first of two Women's Rugby World Cup Qualifiers in November 2016.
McCormack trained in the wider Scotland Women 7s squad for two years before earning her first cap when she featured in the first and second leg of the 2016 Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens Trophy, which saw Scotland finish third.
Hailing from Kent, McCormack qualifies through her grandmother from Motherwell, and plays for Harlequins Ladies in the new Tyrells Premier 15s competition in England.
Date of birth: 20/11/84
Scotland Debut: March 2014
Place of birth: Gillingham
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