Lee Cockburn

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Lee Cockburn (born 17 May 1968) is a scottish rugby player, police officer, and writer. She has 77 caps.

She studied at Royal High School.[1][2] From 2000 to 2016, she served with Police Scotland [3][4]

From 1993 to 2006, she played for the Scottish women's national rugby team.[5][6] She competed at the 1998 Women's Rugby World Cup,[7] and won the 2001 FIRA European Championship.[8][9]

Works[change | change source]

  • Porcelain: Flesh of Innocents. Clink Street Publishing. 2017-02-21. ISBN 978-1-911525-31-8. [10]
  • Devil's Demise. Clink Street Publishing. 2014-11-10. ISBN 978-1-909477-26-1.
  • Demon's Fire. Clink Street Publishing. 2019-11-07. ISBN 978-1-913136-69-7.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Lee Ann Cockburn Interview - The Royal High School Club in London". THE ROYAL HIGH SCHOOL CLUB IN LONDON. 2021-01-20. Retrieved 2024-01-03.
  2. "RHS biographies". 2020-12-02. Retrieved 2024-01-03.
  3. "Author Lee Cockburn on how her career as a Police Sergeant has informed her writing". https://www.carpelibrum.net/. Retrieved 2024-01-03. {{cite web}}: External link in |website= (help)
  4. Rudden, Liam (26 Oct 2019). "In Pilton the 'neds' call her The Trunchbull, but Edinburgh police officer and crime-writer Lee Cockburn loves being on the front line". edinburghnews.scotsman.com.
  5. Palmer, Mark (2024-01-03). "Former Scotland international Lee Cockburn: When I was in the World Cup, you paid to play". The Times. ISSN 0140-0460. Retrieved 2024-01-03.
  6. "WOMAN'S RUGBY: Lee set to celebrate in style". Scotsman. 23 Nov 2002.
  7. "World Rugby | world.rugby". web.archive.org. 2019-02-01. Archived from the original on 2019-02-01. Retrieved 2024-01-03.
  8. "Scots in Euro glory". ESPN scrum. Retrieved 2024-01-03.
  9. "Scots women are Euro champs". BBC News. 2001-05-12. Retrieved 2024-01-03.
  10. "Blog Tour – Porcelain: Flesh of Innocents by Lee Cockburn (@lee_leecockburn)". David's Book Blurg. 2017-02-26. Retrieved 2024-01-03.