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This season 17-year-old Rachel Rachel, in the Bible
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"I had open heart surgery four days after I was born," explained the England international. "This second operation does not come as a surprise, because I always knew that at some stage I would need a similar operation. Recently it was diagnosed that a valve in my heart needed replacing and I could be asked to go in anytime in the near future."
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Baker has been around the international scene for a while. She has been a member of the England Academy for the last two years, has represented her country against Slovakia in Bratislava, and attended an international training camp in Hungary. Currently she is ranked number 11 in her age group and 42nd in the senior category, although on current form both should be much higher.
"On my day I feel I could beat anybody in the country. The competition is very tough, but I usually give a good account of myself. I am at my strongest in a game when I am attacking the opposition."
When not training or playing, Rachel is studying a qualification in sports fitness and coaching at St Helens College and would like, eventually, to go into coaching full time.