Goalkeeper Beth Storry (England & Great Britain) It’s so hard to choose between Maddie [Hinch] and Beth because they’re both amazing. I’ll go for Beth mainly because of how much she helped me develop my game. At London when we won bronze I was one of the youngsters that came into the backline, and she helped me through a lot of the matches. Right-back Megan Frazer (Holcombe) She can play anywhere but she’s great at the back. She’s a great goalscorer despite being a defensive player and she’s got this one particular skill that fools absolutely everybody – I don’t even know how to describe it! Centre-backs Kate RichardsonWalsh (England & Great Britain) When I first came into the squad she’s who I looked up to the most. She really helped me to develop my game and always gave me advice and support when I needed it. She’s a leader both on and off the pitch and her distribution of the ball is still incredible. Left-back Malou Pheninckx (East Grinstead) She played with us at the indoors last year where we won, scoring twice against Canterbury in the final. She’s an international and, like many Dutch players, her core skills are some of the best I’ve ever seen. Defensive-mid Helen RichardsonWalsh (England & Great Britain) Selecting Helen needs no explanation really. She’s a master of the game, whether she’s in control of the ball or not. Everything is under her control and like the very best players, she makes playing at the highest level look effortless. Defensive-mid Georgie Twigg (England & Great Britain) Georgie is one of my best friends. We’ve played together all the way through the youth ranks and at two Olympics now. She’s really comfortable on the ball and has one almighty tackle on her. Right-mid Sarah Page (England & Great Britain) She was so good at junior level and I played with her for England from under16s up to under-21s. She could eliminate any player with ease, she was so quick and could score a lovely left slip hit at a penalty corner. Left-mid Laura Bartlett (England & Great Britain) I played with her at the London Olympics. She was so pacey on a turn, which made her dangerous on the wings. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone so quick that can beat players as easily as she can. Attacking-mid Sophie Bray (East Grinstead, England & Great Britain) Sophie is such a good player to watch and play with. I don’t know many people who have as much skill as her and she is a real athlete. She has shown she can play at the top level anywhere in the world. Centre-forward Jane Sixsmith (Sutton Coldfield) She’s someone that I’ve always looked up to because she’s so experienced and represented GB at so many Olympic Games. She’s skilful and naturally fit, which is why she’s had such a successful career. Centre-forward Nicci Daly (Holcombe) Her ball control and 3D skills were unbelievable. Her coordination was some of the best I’ve seen and she was absolutely rapid as well. All that makes her a really dangerous attacker and hard to play against.