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Danielle Waterman

England’s longest-serving international women’s rugby player talks about physical and mental wellbeing, resilience and confidence, and inspiring young girls to be their best selves

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Having two older brothers taught me a lot about survival. I never thought of myself as different from them; we’d play rugby and there was never any leeway shown to me. It was a case of: ‘If she wants to join in, she’s got to be good enough.’ And that’s the mentality I had; if I wanted to play against my brothers, who I looked up to, I had to be good enough. It made me determined.

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