"The camera panned to me and I was just crying. Happy tears! It was the best day of my life and I don't think it will ever sink in, it hasn't yet".
Amelia Tutt is reminiscing about her International debut, coming off the bench for Wales in a 2023 Six Nations game against Italy.
At just 20 years old, Tutt is one of many young Tigers buzzing to bolster a burgeoning reputation in the game.
Joining the club from Loughborough, where she's still completing her studies, the wing has an extensive background across the sporting world.
An exceptional athlete, she was County Champion and in the Top 20 in the UK for Sprint Hurdles and her speed and strength make a true force on the rugby field.
Having made recently come back from injury, Tutt made her Tigers debut in the Third Round of the Allianz Cup, away at Bristol Bears, impressing in her short spell on the field in the first step in what feels like an exciting season ahead.
Watch the full interview below and see what the speedster has to say on the difference between athletics and rugby, returning from injury and how she's settled in at Tigers.
Tickets are now on sale for Leicester Tigers' final round of the Allianz Cup and our first ever Allianz Premiership Women's Rugby match, both at home to Exeter Chiefs.
Help us make history in our first ever game at the elite level of women's rugby, the first ever Leicester Tigers game at this level.
The match will take place at Mattioli Woods Welford Road in Round 1 of the league, on Sunday, November 19 (kick-off: 3pm), while the Allianz Cup fixture takes place this Saturday, October 28 (kick-off: 2pm).