Panashe Muzambe

After never seeing anyone who looked like her play women's rugby in Scotland, Panashe overcame that lack of representation by being someone others could look up to, thereby becoming the first Black player for the national team. She won the Allianz Cup with Exeter Chiefs in her first season with the club. She sat on the young people's sports panel in Scotland, where she was able to become the voice of young people in important rooms and conversations. She is also the head coach of Sidmouth Ladies in Devon and is building her career to propel her into Rugby management after playing. Thus, Panashe is inspiring others that they too cannot only play Rugby but can progress and change what the coaching environment looks like.