On 29th October, Sue appeared alongside presenter Hayley McQueen and jockey Hayley Turner on Sky Sports News' popular 'Sports Women' series!
The trio discussed how women's sport had evolved in the fifteen years since Sky Sports News was born, and picked out their women's sporting highlights and icons from that period.
Following the show, both Sue and Hayley Turner participated in a Twitter Q&A on the Sky Sports News account. Below are some of the best questions Sue was asked:
Do you feel that female football fans are treated differently to male fans?
SS & HT: They shouldn't do. There are fewer female fans at the grounds, but all should be treated the same.
How confident do you feel about the next season in FAWSL 2? Do you think Doncaster can be promoted?
SS: I HOPE that we can be promoted. We're going to do everything we possibly can to do that, but we know it's going to be really tough.
Does your family have a sporting background?
SS: Yes, my brother and my dad both played football, at the local level. And in addition, my mum is really competitive and sporty.
Do you think there are any unsung heroes in the FAWPL that have the potential to play in FAWSL 2?
SS: It''s difficult for players that haven't been involved in the younger age-groups for England to get noticed. Hopefully this will change.
Do you think In football women should be treated equally as men as in get more media in matches?
SS: That would be the ideal. However, I understand how popular men's football is, and it is hard to compete with that.
What are your plans after you finish playing? Coaching?
SS: Hopefully media :) but I'd love to stay involved in the game, and hopefully pass on my experiences to the younger players.
How do we get girls interested in the game and get the top PL teams to pay more attention to girls?
SS: I think we're going in the right direction, and seeing their role-models on a regular basis can definitely help.
Who do you think is the best England Ladies player at the moment?
SS: That's really difficult for me to say. There is so much great talent out there. If I say a name, I might get a few angry texts!
Your thoughts on the Women Champions' League?
SS: I think it's great for British football, that Arsenal, Glasgow and Birmingham have all got through to the next round. Well done girls!
How old were you when you wanted to play football?
I was five years old when I started playing for a boys team. I think though as soon I started walking I was kicking a ball!