Elinor first started playing rugby at the age of 17 after switching from football.

She progressed through the age grades playing for Wales Under 19s and captaining Wales Under 20s before making her debut for the Welsh National side in 2009 against Sweden. Since then, Elinor has won 29 caps for her country. Elinor has also captained the Wales Sevens side, and is an integral part of their campaign to qualify for the World Series.

Giving Back

Elinor first got involved with the Trust after giving a nutrition talk to students on a Get On Track course in Exeter. She is very passionate about working with young people facing disadvantage, which is reflected in her career choices. After graduating from Loughborough University with a degree in psychology, Elinor helped set up a project working with teenagers disengaged from the education system. Since setting up Onest, a healthy food business, Elinor is keen to continue working with the community in some form, and is looking forward to being a part of the GiveBack team for the Trust.

Competitive Record

29 caps for Wales National Side including five 6 Nations and two World Cups 2010 & 2014.

3 European Sevens Championships,

World Series Qualifiers 2015.

Won Player of the Tournament in the FIRA European Qualifiers 2013.