|Date of birth||2 November 1992|
|Debut||Dubai, UAE (November 2012)|
Born: Roma, Queensland
Hometown: Toowoomba, Queensland
Emilee Cherry lifted to her game to another level after Tim Walsh took over as Head Coach in September 2013. The perfectly balanced centre counts rugby league legend Darren Lockyer - also from Roma - as her sporting hero. When Cherry took to the field at the Rio 2016 Olympics, she was the first athlete from Roma to compete at the Games since 1948.
The 23-year-old scored the most tries in the series (33), scored the most points (195) and was the stand-out player during the 2013-14 IRB World Series season and was duly named the 2014 World Sevens Player of the Year.
Cherry scored a crucial first-half double in the semi-final victory over Canada at the Rio Olympics in August 2016.
Representative Honours: Australian Touch Football team (2010-11), Olympic Games (2016)
SWS Career Points: 479 (85T, 27C)
2015-16 SWS Points: 126 (22T, 8C)