|DOB||1st Sep 1985|
|Height||1.60 m (5' 3")|
|Weight||68 kg (10 st 10 lb)|
|Other Honours||Wales U19s, Wales 7s|
|International Debut||Ireland, 2004|
|No. of Caps||54|
|50th Cap||v USA, 2014|
|Club||Waterloo / Scarlets|
The Service Advisor from Dolgellau returned to the international fold in 2010 after a brief spell away from the game.
She can play either as a centre or wing. Speed obviously runs through the family as her uncle is Gwyndaf Evans, one of Wales's best rally drivers in recent history.
Evans joined a select few when she raced over for a hat trick of tries against Scotland in the 2011 Six Nations championship. She finished the campaign with four tries to finish with 20 points - the squad's highest scorer of the championship.
In the 2014 Six Nations championship the Dolgellau-based Evans showed her versatility by playing centre, winger then full-back in consecutive games against Ireland, France and England.