Coreen Grant, originally from Edinburgh, currently plays for Saracens.
Grant first played rugby at Royal High School, Edinburgh, and joined Murrayfield Wanderers aged 16. With Wanderers she won the Brewin Dolphin U18 Cup in 2014 and 2015. Coreen represented Scotland at U20 level in a match against Belgium Ladies in 2015.
She played for Durham University while studying towards a degree in English Literature and captained the side aged 18 to the British Universities semi-final. She then studied in Australia for a year, winning the Victoria State Cup with Melbourne Unicorns, before returning to Durham for her final year. She acted as vice-captain of the side which reached the BUCS final at Twickenham in 2019, and twice won silver with Durham at the BUCS Sevens tournament. During this time at Durham she played club rugby in the Tyrell Premiership for Darlington Mowden Park Sharks.
Grant completed a Masters at Cambridge University in Philosophy and was Player of the Match in the Women’s Varsity Match in December 2019, where she scored the winning try. She currently plays her club rugby at Saracens.
She was called up to train with Scotland Women at the start of the 2019/2020 season. Her first match day call up came in February 2020 in the rearranged match against England in the Women’s Six Nations.
Grant made her debut in the 2021 Women’s Six Nations, having come off the bench in Scotland’s home fixture against Italy.
Date of birth: 30/01/1998
Place of birth: Edinburgh