Just back yourself and go with your gut instinct. Back your bowlers and everyone on the field.
[Instantly] The World Cup. Which World Cup? Every World Cup! [laughs. Rolton has won three World Cups, including making a century in the 2005 edition]
I don't think contracts had anything to do with why Emma left - she just wanted to see the world. In Australia we get good support and it's heading in the right direction, along with England. Women's cricket is coming along pretty well.
I think it worked well. There's been good mention on Cricinfo and in the papers and on TV as well. We had good crowds to watch our semi-final. I don't think we would have got that many if we hadn't played ahead of the men.
I don't really know too much about it, although I do know Ed didn't score a hundred! It's good to get some publicity. As for any people who are derisive, I think they might be the people who haven't actually come out and watched women's cricket. When they see it for the first time, people are always surprised about how good it is. Friday's game against England at The Oval is a perfect example for people watching in the ground and on TV. It was just a good game of cricket.
I do enjoy India, going out on the streets and looking at all the shops there. I always buy a fair bit of jewellery when I'm out there. I just really love India.
I don't think we have anyone. They all dress pretty well. [Rolton turns to her team and asks: "Who's the worst singer?" "Pez [Ellyse Perry]," replies Lisa Sthalekar immediately. "I am pretty bad," says Perry. Rolton then asks: "Who's the worst dresser? I put 'No one.'" Everyone agrees.]
She could be. There's quite a few players coming through, not just from Australia. Ellyse is a really good talent, she's still only 18. She bats, bowls and fields well, and I think she'll become a really excellent cricketer over the years to come.
Strength-wise and the way we bowl and hit, we're never going to. If you look at women's tennis and women's golf, they don't hit as hard as the men and they're never going to. The same in cricket. It's all about genetics. We've still got all the shots and the girls can still bowl the bouncers and the batters can still hit it away.
Ellyse Perry from Australia has a good all-round game. She'll be one to watch out for. Deandra Dottin and Stafanie Taylor from West Indies are also some good talents coming through.
I guess growing up I used to love watching Darren Lehmann play, being a left-hander, and he's from the same state as me. I don't know if I exactly bat like him, but he's someone I really look up to. I also loved watching Brian Lara play, and of course Sachin Tendulkar.
Interview by Katherine White