Monday, April 15, 2024

Richardson-Walsh: ‘English domestic hockey is disjointed and we all need to get on same page’

Kate and Helen Richardson-Walsh both enjoyed meteoric international careers, their grounding established in domestic hockey before the introduction of the full-time programme. In a wide-ranging conversation with THP editor Rod Gilmour, the gold medal-winning couple dissected the future of the club game

Celebrating 30 years of national league women’s hockey, with Investec

Do you miss the buzz of opening weekend in the league?

Kate: As I got older and more experienced the more nervous I got. There was massive expectation as an international player to perform and everyone coming to watch. That’s a good pressure to have.

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