Can the region's top women's hockey teams reclaim past glories?

England captain Kate Richardson-Walsh celebrates winning the Gold Medal match at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London. Credit: Simon Cooper/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Three years ago Great Britain's women hockey players were among the medallists at London 2012, winning Olympic bronze. More recently England were crowned European champions. Fair to say international women's hockey is in a good place in this country.

But can the region's leading clubs contribute towards future international successes, while reclaiming their places in women's top division in English Hockey? Donovan Blake reports.

See Donovan Blake's report.