Debut: vs Bradford 15/4/18
Charlotte was one of the standout signings for Leeds Rhinos in 2018. Originally a full back she has moved into a new role in the centres and has been a massive boost to the team there. She is one of the strongest players on the team, runs very hard and also has great feet so is dangerous in attack and also a strong tackler in defence.
The England international joined the Rhinos in 2018 following a successful season with Bradford Bulls, where she was a Challenge Cup and Grand Final winner.
In her debut campaign Booth made 13 appearances and registered seven tries, the first coming on her first appearance in blue and amber against her former club and one of her most memorable tries was her 70 meter play effort in the Super League semi-final against Castleford Tigers.
Booth was the first female rugby league player to be supported by the Sport England-funded Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS).
Her involvement in rugby league began with Guiseley Storm before she joined Bradford and then moved to Leeds when the club was formed in autumn 2017. Her international career also started in 2017 when she was selected for the England World Cup Squad. She scored two tries against Papua New Guinea but a 52-4 defeat to New Zealand ended the Lionesses tour.