England’s victorious 2014 World Cup skipper, Katy Daley-McLean has reportedly landed a massive opportunity to win her 100th international cap.
The 32-year-old will play her 100th international game when the Red Roses meet the USA at Allianz Park on Friday.
Meanwhile, she had guided England to a 21-9 win against Canada in the 2014 World Cup final in Paris, France.
And after which Daley-McLean then went ahead to take part in the 2016 Olympics with Team GB’s Rugby Sevens team.
The England women’s national Rugby Union coach, Simon Middleton has called the fly-half “one of the greatest women’s players ever”.
On the other hand, though, Daley-McLean is set to emerge as the fifth Red Rose player to win 100 caps.
Amy Garnett, Rochelle Clarke, Sarah Hunter and Tamara Taylor are the others to honour a century of matches for England.
Middleton: “It is a remarkable achievement to get 100 caps for your country”
“It is nothing other than a totally remarkable achievement to get as much as a 100 caps for your country.
“That is especially considering that she took time out in the sevens programme to represent Team GB in the Olympics.” Middleton started.
Daley-McLean joined Loughborough Lightning this season, helping her new side to the top of the Premier 15s standings.
And in the process, the club have also enjoyed an undefeated run with eight wins from as many matches.