Chloe Rollie

Chloe Rollie won her first Scotland Women cap as starting full-back in the 2015 Six Nations opener against France and has held onto the jersey since.

She was named player of the match in the victories against Wales and Italy in the 2017 Six Nations, scoring a brace against the latter. She added to her tally in that year's tournament with a memorable length of the field score in Scotland's first away Six Nations win for 12 years.

Rollie made her Scotland Women 7s debut in the first leg of the 2016 Rugby Europe Women's Sevens Trophy in Prague, scoring eight tries in the process. 

Born in Edinburgh and raised in Jedburgh, Rollie started rugby aged eight at Jedburgh where her brother and father played.

A product of Parkside Primary and Jedburgh Grammar School, she moved to Murrayfield Wanderers from Borders club Melrose.

Rollie joined top female French club Lille Metropole Rugby Club Villeneuvois (LMRCV) ahead of season 2017/18 as a Stage 3 player in the BT Spor Scottish Rugby Academy. 

BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy | Stage 3 player

Stats

Caps
22
Tries
5
Starts
22
Conversions
0
Replacements
0
Penalty goals
0
Points
25
Drop goals
0

Appearances

2018: W F E I It
2017: I F W E It
2016: E W It F I Sp Sp(2)
2015: F W It E I
Position: 
Full-back

Club

D.O.B.: 26/06/95
Place of birth:
Edinburgh
Height: 1.60m
Weight: 61kg