26-year-old Corban McGregor got her start playing for the Helensburgh Tigers in 2015 alongside Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Origin captain Kezie Apps and since then has represented Australia, NSW, the Sydney Roosters as well as the Maori All Stars.
The backline player is no stranger to the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Origin jersey after being part of the Women’s interstate / Women’s State of Origin matches since 2015 – games that NSW have won since 2016.
In 2016, she debuted for the Jillaroos in the Auckland Nines and has been part of the Australian squad ever since, helping them to consecutive wins.
During their most recent 28-8 conquest against the Kiwi Ferns in October last year, McGregor outran every player of the field, totalling 176 run metres from 15 runs and three tackle breaks.
McGregor signed on with the Cronulla Sharks in 2016 and has been playing in their Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership team – a side she now captains as they look to build on their Round One win over the Central Coast Roosters when the 2020 competition resumes on July 18.
In the absence of Sam Bremner, McGregor played at her preferred fullback position for NSW for the first time in 2019, where she was safe in retrieving and returning Queensland kicks, a constant threat in attack and totalled 127 running metres, including 50 post-contact.