Ceri grew up playing rugby at Drybrook RFC from the age of 5 - 18, before moving to Worcester Ladies in 2010, winning the Most Improved Player of the Year and the Players’ Player of the Year in 2012 and captaining the side from 2014/2016.
Ceri made her international debut in 2011 against France. She also represented England at the 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup helping the team to beat Canada in the Rugby World Cup Final. She went on to earn 52 England caps. Jason Leonard presented her with her 50th cap in the USA in July 2016.
Ceri has three brothers who all played rugby at Drybrook, Ben, her youngest brother is now the first team captain.
When Gloucester-Hartpury became a Tyrrells Premier 15s side, Ceri decided she wanted to make the move from Worcester to Gloucester – being a Gloucestershire girl.
She captained Gloucester in the 2017/18 season and, growing up it was always a dream of hers to play for Gloucester at Kingsholm and that became a reality against Harlequins earlier this year.