Sarah Hunter
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As England's most capped ever player, Sarah Hunter has had her fair share of highs and lows. The Red Roses' captain reflects on some of her most painful moments on the pitch including losing major finals, and why the hurt of her team mates from those moments is something she has to live with every day. From starting out playing rugby league, to making her hobby her job, Hunter also opens up on the injury that she thought might end her career, what being a captain means and how she remains authentic to herself.   In this pod you will also hear from Sarah's brother James, her first rugby coach Mick Hogan as well as team mates Detysha Harper and Tatyana Heard.   FOLLOW: ·        England Rugby Facebook ·        England Rugby Instagram ·        England Rugby Twitter ·        England Rugby TikTok   SUBSCRIBE: ·        Subscribe to the pod here.   BUY: ·        Get the latest kits, training and leisure wear from England Rugby Store   **Please like, subscribe and leave us a review wherever you listen, it really helps spread the word of the podcast and the stories of our players and coaches** Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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