Injuries mar GB hockey victory

Britain's coach Danny Kerry and captain Kate Walsh reflect on how success at the Olympic test event has been marred by injuries to key players Crista Cullen and Alex Danson.

Walsh believes the tournament win maintains the side's "momentum" and Kerry feels that "you are doing something relatively right" not to have conceded in any of their four games, but both are concerned by injuries to such key players.

With Cullen expected to recover from her ankle problem, it is Danson's shoulder that is causing most concern but the captain is confident that if required "somebody else would step up".

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