What's it like to score the winning try in a Rugby World Cup final? This is Moneyball and an England legend discuss the upcoming tournament in Japan
There are very few sportspeople who are lucky enough to score the winner in the final of any tournament, let alone the pinnacle of a sport.
But Nolli Waterman did just that in 2014 for England against Canada at the Women's Rugby World Cup in France.
This week, the Wasps full-back joins broadcaster Georgie Frost and assistant editor Lee Boyce to talk about her life as a rugby player, the financial strain and where the game is heading.
She reveals how she has to pay to play, why she only spent three years as a professional with England and how she got involved in the first place.
We also look at the predicted economic impact the upcoming 2019 World Cup could have for Japan and ask the all-important question: could it run out of beer?
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