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‘It was an insane kind of feeling’: Staples reflects on Comm Games experience

Cassie Staples during the women’s semi final against Canada. Photo: rugby苏州夜总会招聘.au/Stuart WalmsleyBatemans Bay’s Cassie Staples wanted to play netball as a youngster. Now she’s an international rugby sevens star.
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Staples was part of the n women’s sevens team that recently won a silver medal at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

The team lost a thrilling final to the New Zealand Silver Ferns after extra time, as Kiwi Ellie Brazier raced the length of the field to score the winning try.

Staples described the feeling after the full time siren.

“We were absolutely devastated straight after the game,” she said.

“The Kiwis played well, andin general it was a tough, messy game. We had missed opportunities, they had missed opportunities.

“We’re proud we still got to medal at the Commonwealth Games with our best friends, family, and supporters around us.”

Cassie StaplesThere’s nothing for them to be disappointed about, they all played well, and they’ve won a silver medal.

Lily StaplesI had lots of people in the Bay contact me, and I really appreciate the support. If I haven’t got back to you yet, I will.

Cassie Staples

“They were such a bunch of lovely girls, and it was crazy to finally meet them and introduce myself.

“It was great to meet Laura Geitz. I was secretly super excited, but I tried to hide it.”

Cassie said she had a huge amount of support from people back home in Batemans Bay, and hopes that her experience has an impact with young athletes.

“I had an incredible amount of support,” she said.

“I had my swim teacher from when I was six-years old contact me, high school teachers contacted me.

“I had lots of people in the Bay contact me, and Ireally appreciate the support.If I haven’t got back to you yet, I will.

“For young females and guys in sport, I encourage them to get involved and pursue any dream they want to, and be persistent, because that will get you there one day.”

Cassie hasn’t had much time to process her time at the Commonwealth Games, as she is already in Japan at the Kitakyushu sevens tournament.

Unfortunately, that tournament also ended with a loss to the Silver Ferns, this time in the semi-finals.

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