Jodie Rettie received her first Scotland cap from the bench in the team's 2018 Six Nations opener versus Wales.
Rettie first played rugby in college at the age of 17 and has since gone on to play for Old Albanians, Thurrock RFC and currently plays for Premier 15 side, Saracens.
She was apart of the winning English National Schools 7s squad in 2008, represented England Colleges in 20008/09 and was apart of the British Colleges East rugby team in the 2007/8 and 1008/9 seasons.
She graduated with a BSc in Sports Therapy from the University of Bedfordshire in 2013. Outside of her rugby career, she works as a project support officer for the NHS.
Jodie qualifies to play for Scotland through her Scottish father.
Rettie plays her club rugby for current reigning Premier 15s champions, Saracens.
Date of birth: 31/12/90
Scotland Debut: February 2018
Place of birth: Great Yarmouth
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