Richardson-Walsh sets new GB cap record

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Captain Kate Richardson-Walsh became Britain’s most-capped player as her team drew 1-1 with Australia in Perth to leave their series level at 1-1.

The 35-year-old, who made her international debut in 1999, won her 356th cap to eclipse the record held by current GB assistant coach Karen Brown.

Sarah Haycroft’s first GB goal put them ahead at half-time in Perth but Georgie Parker levelled for Australia.

The final match in the six-game series takes place on Sunday.

What Richardson-Walsh’s team-mates said…



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