England World Cup winner Vicky Fleetwood has confirmed that she is going to retire on the finish of this season.
The free ahead made her Roses debut in 2011 of their 15-11 defeat to the USA and has earned 82 caps for England, profitable 5 Six Nations titles.
She was a part of the 2014 World Cup-winning squad and performed six occasions in the course of the event, together with the ultimate as England beat Canada 21-9.
Fleetwood additionally performed within the 2017 event then swapped to hitch England Sevens, the place she received bronze within the 2018 Commonwealth Games earlier than returning to 15-a-side rugby.
Since becoming a member of Saracens in 2014 she can also be a two-time Premier 15s title winner with the membership.
“My rugby career has been an incredible journey and has given me memories that will last forever,” Fleetwood informed the England Rugby web site.
“Being part of the Red Roses is something special and I’m proud that I got to wear the white shirt on so many occasions.
“Rugby has given me so much to be thankful for, and I’ve met some amazing people along the way.
“Although it’s time to step away from playing, I will continue to stay in the game through my coaching – something I am very passionate about.”