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Monday, February 17, 2020
 
 
Rose Daley, photo courtesy of the Windsor and Essex County Sports Hall of Fame
  Rose Daley was born in Kingston, Jamaica, on March 19, 1971. She came to Windsor at age 10. She attended Victoria Public Elementary School, and Kennedy Collegiate Institute (1985-1990), where she was a 3-time All-City soccer selection, and a member of the Clippers City Championship team in 1989. She received an Athletic Scholarship to attend the University of Hartford, in Connecticut. At the time of her graduation, she ranked #3 All-Time at Hartford in career goals. After graduation she became a member of the Canadian National Team, competing in the World University Games in 1993.
Rose Daley, photo courtesy of the Windsor and Essex County Sports Hall of Fame
  In 1994 she played for the UMEA Team in the Swedish Professional League. In 1995 she played in the Japan Professional League for the Tokyo team

Fujita Mercury. The team won the All-Japan Tournament, and Rose assisted on the winning goal. She returned to Windsor in 1996, and coached the Forster High School Senior Girls Soccer Team, and continued to play soccer as a member of the Eastside Kickers.

 
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