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Cassiem Brothers score at the Olympics

Congratulations to Dayaan and Mustapha Cassiem who scored against Belgium in the recent Olympic games
28 Jul 2021
Written by Nicole Little

Congratulations to Dayaan Cassiem, Mustapha Cassiem who scored goals against Belgium in the recent Olympic games. Unfortunately South Africa were beaten by Belgium with a final score of SA 4-9 Belgium. 

Both brothers scored against The Netherlands (SA lost 3-5) and Mustaphaa scored the final goal against Germany which allowed SA to beat Germany 4-3.

Bishops Principal, Anthony Reeler writes: Three men are in our SA Hockey team (Dayaan and Mustapha Cassiem and Ryan Julius).The Cassiem brothers have both scored prolifically! Just yesterday SA beat 5th ranked Germany, and the Cassiem brothers each scored again, as they have in every game thus far. It is quite staggering, considering that Mustapha only matriculated last year!

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