RAF Rugby Union's Sarah Bonar has been selected for Scotland's 36-player squad for the upcoming Women's Six Nations.
The Flying Officer and Harlequins lock will be in a race against time to be fit and ready for the tournament after she suffered a broken collarbone while playing for the Harlequins against Exeter in Big Game 14 on 4 March.
Bonar's Six Nations call-up follows the selections of her Harlequins and RAF teammate, Amy Cokayne, who was selected for England's squad, and her RAF teammate, Carys Williams-Morris, who was selected into the Welsh squad.
The selections of Bonar, Cokayne and Williams-Morris also means the RAF will be without their star players for the upcoming Rugby Union Inter Services tournament.
Bonar currently holds 34 caps for Scotland and played at last year's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.
She was named RAF Sportswoman of the Year at last year's RAF Sports Awards.
The TikTok Women's Six Nations gets under way on 25 March where Scotland will play against England at Kingston Park.
Your Scotland squad for @Womens6Nations has been confirmed.— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) March 13, 2023
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