|Height||5ft 5ins / 1.67m|
|Weight||12st 8lbs / 80kg|
Scottish international Panashe Muzambe is in her first season with the Chiefs having joined the Allianz Premier 15s club from Watsonians RFC.
The versatile prop was born in Zimbabwe and moved to Scotland at the age of 12. However, it was not until she went to Edinburgh Napier University that she took up rugby, learning the sport under the guidance of mentor and former Scottish international Sarah Quick.
She made her Scotland debut for the final match of the 2019 Women’s Six Nations against England and has since gone on to win seven Test caps for her country.
Panashe also sits on the Sports Scotland Young People's Sport Panel, alongside 17 other young people, influencing the future of sport in Scotland. In an interview with BBC Scotland in April 2021, she spoke of her ambition to encourage more black women to play rugby for Scotland and her ongoing admiration for tennis player Serena Williams.