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Zimbabwe-born Muzambe making waves for Scotland womens

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Zimbabwe-born Muzambe making waves for Scotland rugby - Sports Leo

Zimbabwe-born Panashe Muzambe has been making waves on the international stage, with the 23-year-old having already represented Scotland women’s rugby team four times this year.

Muzambe made her international bow against England in the Women’s Six Nations in London in January.

“To be out at Twickenham singing the national anthem is something that will stay with me for a long time,” Muzambe told Watsonians Ladies Rugby’s official website.

“I have not been playing rugby that long, but whenever I get the opportunity to play at a higher level I try and give everything and learn from the experience. It is quite humbling for me to see that the work I have put in has somewhat paid off. It is still pretty surreal that I made my Scotland debut at such an amazing stadium like Twickenham.

“My parents could not make it down to the match, but I know they are very proud of what I have achieved as are my extended family back in Zimbabwe.”

The forward spoke about her move abroad at the age of 12, saying: “I grew up in Harare and Marondera in Zimbabwe and then we all moved over here about a decade ago.

“I love Scotland and I love Zimbabwe and I am so lucky to call two great places ‘home’. It is a big thing for me remembering where I came from, but I could not have been prouder singing ‘Flower of Scotland’ before the match and it was very special for me.”

After the move to Scotland to further her education in Edinburgh, Muzambe’s first sporting code of choice was basketball.

“At that time basketball was the main sport that I played and I really enjoyed it while I was at St Augustine’s High School,” she said.

“Then I went to Napier University to study for a degree in sports science and I was introduced to rugby then and never really looked back. I loved university rugby, but wanted to play more so I joined Watsonians ahead of the 2017/18 season. That was a really big thing for me and playing regularly in the Premier League.”

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