Emilee Cherry Back for Women's Australian Sevens Rugby
About Emilee Cherry
Emilee Cherry is a semi-professional Rugby Union player. She represents Australia in Sevens Rugby. Born in Roma, Queensland and playing for Toowoomba Bears at a club level, she debuted for Australia in November 2012. As of December 2015, she currently has 14 caps. Emilee is a dual international, having represented Australia in Touch football (rugby league).
Emilee was the 2013/14 Women’s Sevens World Player of the Year, her game lifting to another level after Tim Walsh took over as Head Coach in September 2013. Emilee scored the most tries in the entire series (33), scored the most points (195) and was the stand-out player during the 2013-14 IRB World Series season as she was named the 2014 World Sevens Player of the Year. Emilee’s sporting hero is Rugby League legend Darren Lockyer, who is also from Roma, Queensland. Representative honours include Touch Football Australia, Aussie Pearls and Queensland
Born: 2 November 1992
- Women’s Australian Sevens Rugby Team (Aussie Pearls)
- Queensland Sevens Rugby
- Touch Football Australia