Show Racism the Red Card ask the Wales Footballer what motivates her to be an Honorary Patron for the campaign
"I have done some work in the past for the organisation in England and Wales, so it was a natural transition for me to become a patron."
Q1. Why have you decided to become an Honorary Patron for Show Racism the Red Card Wales Wales?
Q2. Do you believe racism is still an issue in sport & society?
Of course it is. It's not as much of a problem within the women's game but there are different issues we deal with that are on the same level as racism. It's got better because people and kids are being educated about it and that's where it starts.
Q3. Have you experienced or witnessed racism on or off the pitch?
Yes. I witnessed it during a game to one of my team mates. She is mixed race and got called the N word by an opponent. It was a surreal situation because it doesn't happen often within our game. But it got dealt with very quickly.
Q4. What advice would you give to any young people experiencing Racism?
Tell someone. It's bullying. It's not your fault who you are and what you look like so don't let people judge you or be horrible to you. If you tell someone you're educating them without knowing. If we can highlight the problems quick enough then they will be gone quick enough.
Q5. In football, who should be responsible for challenging racism on the pitch and in the terraces?