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Posted on: September 10th 2018

Miss Cassey is a world champion!

Miss Cassey won a gold medal in the women’s over 35 final of the 2018 Masters World Cup in Barcelona this summer. The England team were undefeated in the pool stage and won 1-0 against Australia in the final on Sunday 5 August. The team played against six other countries in their category and were praised for their professionalism and resilience by keeping a clean sheet five times over the course of the tournament.  Miss Cassey is an excellent role model for the students and we are very proud of her inspirational achievement. Well done to the whole England women’s over 35 team!

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