Show Racism the Red Card ask the Wales Footballer what motivates her to be an Honorary Patron for the campaign
"I believe by having workshops that SRtRC have produced, they [SRtRC] can then provide schools and other organisations with in-depth information so racism can become limited."
Q1. Why have you decided to become an Honorary Patron for SRtRC Wales?
"I wanted to get involved and become an Honorary Patron as the work that gets done at this charity is outstanding and I would like to help promote this organisation in anyway that I can."
Q2. Do you believe racism is still an issue in society?
“Yes I do believe racism is still a big issue in sport as we are still hearing to many incidents where racism has occurred, but I believe by having workshops that SRtRC have produced, they can then provide schools and other organisations with in-depth information so racism can become limited."
Q3. Have you experienced or witnessed racism?
"Yes unfortunately I have whilst playing a game for Bristol, one of my own team members got abused by the opposition for being a foreign player."
Q4. What advice would you give to any young people experiencing racism?
"I would suggest telling an adult whether it be your teacher, your coach, your manager, a family member, even a friend close to you. Tell someone so that they can do something about it and always remember that we are all the same inside, for example it doesn't matter on the colour of your skin or what country you were born, we are all equal and each person is unique and that is a good thing."
Q5. Who should be responsible for challenging racism in sport and society?
"Firstly I think it comes down to the players on the pitch as they are the role models and the fans come to watch them, therefore they have to set a good example and make it clear that racism is not acceptable. Then I think it comes down to the football club to promote that they do not accept racism within their grounds and if it occurs then action will take place."