|Height||5ft 5ins / 1.66m|
|Weight||11st 4lbs / 72kg|
|Previous Club||Queensland Reds|
Scotland international Eilidh Sinclair's rugby journey has been one that has taken her to the furthest possible parts of the globe.
Having chosen to focus purely on rugby at 19, she won her first of 18 Scottish caps against Italy in 2014. A year later, she scored on her first international start against England.
Sinclair has also represented her country in 7s, winning European Grand Prix bronze in 2018 and making her World 7s Series debut in 2019.
After moving to Australia, Sinclair converted from a utility back to a flanker whilst competing in the Super W series for the Queensland Reds but has since transitioned back to the wing, where she has proved to be an elusive threat with ball in hand for Susie Appleby's side.