Clement was born in Inverness and raised on the Black Isle, attending Fortrose Academy before she move to Edinburgh to study. She was selected for the Highland District under-16 and then under-18 hockey squads before representing Scotland at under-18 level. Clement had also been involved with athletics during her school days and represented Scotland in the 300 metres at under-17 level in 1996.
Clement made her debut for the Women's National Team in 1999. Clement played in four consecutive Commonwealth Games tournaments: Manchester, Melbourne and Dehli and Glasgow. She was selected as captain of the Women's National Team for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. She announced her retirement from international competition in August 2014.
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