Debut: vs Bradford 15/4/18
Caitlin signed at 16 straight out of the academy and hasn’t looked back since. Originally on the wing she later moved into the full back position. She is very quick off the mark and one of the fastest in the league in full flight.
After being selected for the Academy team at the start of the 2018 season, Caitlin Beevers was called up to the first team for their first Super League and secured her place for the remainder of the season, despite being 16-years-old for the majority of the campaign.
The Dewsbury born player proved her versatility during the campaign, before making the full back position her own and was given the number 1 shirt for the start of the 2019 campaign.
She finished her debut season as the team’s top try scorer with 17 tries, one coming in the Challenge Cup Final, when the Rhinos won their first piece of silverware and another coming in the Grand Final against Wigan. She was named Young Player of the Year at the 2018 season awards and made her first England appearance at the end of the season against France.
Before joining the Rhinos, Caitlin played for Birstall Victoria before joining Dewsbury Moor and also played for her school, St John Fishers, where she has played in three national champion school finals and won both the title and player of the match in all three appearances.
She also balances her rugby with refereeing and in 2018 she became the first female to referee at Wembley when she took charge of the Steven Mullaney Memorial game, the Year Seven boys’ Champion Schools final.