With over 500 international career points to her name and now an England centurion, Katy is one of the squad’s more experienced names. After leading England to World Cup victory in 2014, she was awarded an MBE in the 2014 New Year’s Honours List for Services to Rugby.
On her 100th England appearance, Katy earned player of the match, scoring 15 points with a try and five conversions in the 57-5 win over the USA. During the 2019 Women’s Six Nations, Katy passed 500 points sitting behind only behind Jonny Wilkinson and Owen Farrell in terms of England point scorers. She started every game of that Six Nations, ending up as the tournament’s top scorer with 53 points. She was chosen in the 12-strong British Women’s Sevens squad for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games contributing 17 points. On her return to XVs, she was a key member of the 2017 Grand Slam winning team and helped England to reach the Rugby World Cup final that year. Katy moved to Loughborough in September 2018. She missed the 2019 Super Series due to injury but returned for the autumn internationals. Katy scored a brilliant solo try in England’s 66-7 win over Wales in the 2020 Six Nations.