Talented centre Sharni Williams hails from the rural New South Wales town of Batlow and burst into the national squad in 2008 after winning the ACT Rugby Rookie of the Year Award. Sharni made her debut against the New Zealand Black Ferns later that year and has brought her game to another level through plenty of tough strength and conditioning training. The 20-year-old is a qualified mechanic and is employed at a Toyota workshop in Canberra. Sharni uses her fix-it skills to run repairs on her beloved ute and says Top Gear is her favourite TV show. Nicknamed ‘Worm’ because of her partiality to performing the retro dance move, Sharni is learning to play the guitar and is a big fan Benji Marshall and Chris Lawerence from the Wests Tigers NRL Club.