First taking up rugby at Tynecastle High School, Rhona Lloyd worked her way through the age grades, captaining Murrayfield Wanderers U18 to victory in the Brewin Dolphin Cup, playing sevens for Scotland Women U19 and on to Scotland Women U20 in season 2013/14.
She made her full international debut against England in the 2016 Six Nations opener at Broadwood Stadium and has started in every match since.
Lloyd scored her first international try in the 2016 Six Nations finale against Ireland in Dublin and her second in the Rugby World Cup qualifier against Spain in Madrid in November 2016.
The wing contributed to Scotland Women’s 15-14 win against Wales in the 2017 Six Nations with a second-half try.
She studied biomedical sciences at the University of Edinburgh – for whom she also played – and, outside rugby was in the top 100 in the UK at the 60m sprint. Her dad plays for charity side, the Pigbarians and Thebans.
Lloyd currently plays for Les Lionnes du Stade Bordelais, and is now part of the GB Sevens squad.
Date of birth: 17/10/1996
Scotland Debut: 05/02/2016
Place of birth: Edinburgh