Sue recently made an appearance at FA Women's Cup sponsors SSE's conference in Edinburgh.
Sue has been very busy recently with various commitments in the media!
After a brief lay-off due to injury, Sue scored a penalty in the Belles 3-0 win over Oxford United Women!
Durham Women visited The Keepmoat Stadium in the Continental Tyres Cup, as the Belles put in a five-star performance to keep their hopes of qualification alive. Sue got in on the goalscoring action as she grabbed the third goal of the evening with an excellent finish!
Sue scored in superb fashion as the Belles beat Watford 5-0 to remain top of FA WSL 2!
Sue spoke to BellesTV after her Doncaster Rovers Belles side were beaten 3-0 by Manchester City Women in the FA WSL Continental Cup.
Sue made the perfect return to FA WSL football this weekend as her free-kick helped the Belles to a 5-0 victory over Watford! Watch it above.
Hey everyone from sunny sometimes Canada!!
We have been here for just over 2 weeks now and Team BBC have managed to see the Canadian cities of Ottawa, Moncton and Montreal. There has been a lot of traveling to and from matches but the experience has been fantastic. We have had lots of fun on the way and I'm sure much more is to come.
After a nervy start England have got better game by game. France was always going to be difficult they are a top team and we decided to set up defensively to contain them and Mark Sampson's game plan nearly worked but unfortunately a top strike from Le Sommer was the difference. Wins against Mexico and Columbia mean England go into the game against Norway on Monday full of confidence and carrying a lot of momentum into this game. It's difficult to predict Mark's game plan or players for each game which shows the strength he had in his squad and the fact he isn't afraid to change things. I'm keeping everything crossed for an England win make sure you all keep watching the games on the BBC as the viewing figures have been better than anyone could have expected!
Glen Harris will be pleased I've been able to keep up my training programme whilst I've been here often early mornings or late nights, I haven't managed to get the crew to join me yet but that will be my aim before the end of the tournament.
That's all for now, come on England!
Sue has recently jetted out to Canada to form part of the BBC's coverage of the 2015 Women's World Cup!
Alongside Jonathan Pearce, Sue will take a seat in the commentary box to give her expert analysis on a selection of games in the tournament.
Full details of the BBC's coverage of the tournament can be found HERE.