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Gomersall originally reported on events in and around the North West, and lists being at Anfield on the day Emlyn Hughes died as her most memorable assignment. A Liverpool fan, Gomersall explains: "I felt honoured to interview so many Liverpool legends about their beloved 'Crazy Horse'. All the former players started to just turn up without even being asked. It was a massive mark of respect to the man both they and the fans, including me, adored. It was a very emotional day but one I shall never forget."
She lists football and cricket as her first loves but also enjoys athletics. As a schoolgirl she ran for Cheltenham district when her hero was Daley Thompson. Vicky used to play football for Fulham Ladies and still plays 5-a-side football.
Gomersall is a supporter of Liverpool and also follows Cheltenham Town.
Gomersall returned to Sky Sports News in December 2009 following the birth of her daughter, Maya, Vicky had a second baby and returned to Sky Sports News in January 2015.
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