Ellie Oldroyd

Birth Place
Second Row
Heritage Number


Debut: vs Wakefield Trinity 3/6/18

Honours –

Grand Final: Winner 2019 Finalist 2018

Challenge Cup: Winner 2018, 2019

League Leaders’ Shield: 2018

Ellie was one of the first recruits for the Rhinos Women’s Academy, but soon made the transition to the first team when she earned a call up for their Challenge Cup tie against Wakefield.  She’s a front rower and has put a marker down as one of the strongest tacklers in the team, used alongside Shannon Lacey as impact players.

After making a eight appearances in her debut season she was awarded the number 22 shirt for the 2019 campaign.

The Dewsbury born player won League Leaders and Challenge Cup honours in her first season and appeared off the bench in the Grand Final game against Wigan.

The second rower started playing at Batley Bulldogs, where she won three national championships and was part of the first women’s team to tour Australia.

A former pupil at St John Fisher, she enjoyed more success with her school rugby side. winning the national schools championship.

Her first rugby memory was as a 12-year-old and being knocked out by an older player and she also recalls Leeds Rhinos Foundation coming into her school to play tag rugby with them.

Leeds Trinity University

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