In a battle of TOWIE versus Made in Chelsea, former reality TV stars Mark Wright and Caggie Dunlop entered into a heated game of foosball.
The pair went head-to-head on the world”s first ever designed men vs women football table and clashed to prove who was champion of the game.
Chelsea girl Caggie, 25, donned her green and yellow Brazil kit to thrash her opponent Mark, recording a “shock victory” for the girls.
Caggie Dunlop and Mark Wright
The Essex lad and semi-professional footballer — who has played for Tottenham Hotspur, Crawley Town and Lewes F.C — clasped his hands to his face as he was defeated by the fairer sex.
Mark, 27, wore his black Strongbow uniform, giving a nod to the cider house”s “EARN IT. Rio Challenge”.
The challenge saw an amateur five-a-side male football team fly to Rio to take on Vasco, one of Brazil”s professional women”s football teams. Unlike Mark, the five men from Her Majesty”s Naval Base (HMNB) Portsmouth won against their female Brazilian counterparts.
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Mark Wright and Caggie Dunlop
“It was great to play on the first girls vs boys table football, and also to take on Mark!” said Caggie. “My friends and I always play if we”re in a pub and there”s a table and it”s good that women footballers have been recognised in this way.
“I just hope the Strongbow team that went to Brazil are a bit better at playing football than Mark is at playing table football!”
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Mark, who helped select the England quintet from almost 900 five-a-side hopefuls, spoke about his “football mad” family and commented on the new men vs women football table.
“Playing table football down the pub with your mates, it”s what everyone does isn”t it” said Mark. “In my family we”re all football mad. My mum and sisters always get involved if we go out together. That”s why it”s great to be one of the first people to play on the world”s first mixed sex football table for Strongbow as part of their Rio Challenge.”