“I think that’s natural with my injury that I’ve had in the past. You just have to accept it. I’m happy that the position I’m playing is pretty full. It’s pretty messy in the middle so you don’t have a lot of time to think about things. ”
Welch’s secret weapon was Jacqui Louder, a Melbourne psychologist advising on the storm. Louder has provided Welch with some tools to overcome his injury paranoia and has also helped other players at the club make sure they are on the plate in important games.
“Jacqui has worked in many different sports – Olympians and tennis players – and worked well with us to perform well,” said Welch. “I suppose we’ve had really strong seasons in the last few years, but only came up short a few times. She tried really well for us to channel our best performance to these big games.
“I had problems a bit earlier in the year and she just said to just think about if you would [reinjure] there, what are you going to do … and have a plan when it happens again. Just don’t block it out completely, just accept it as a possibility. ”
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