Welfare & Safeguarding Lead
After beginning his playing career as a 15-year-old at Brixton Topcats, Mundy-Castle has held a love for the game ever since.
A qualified History teacher since 2001, Mundy-Castle also became a Headteacher in 2016 and Executive Headteacher in 2018. He currently chairs an external reference working group for the Mayor of London Police and Crime Board.
Mundy-Castle enjoyed a decorated playing career that involved representing England and Great Britain in the 1990s, winning the BBL twice with London Leopards, plus claiming two NBL National Cup titles (one with London Leopards, one with Brixton).
Whilst with the Solent Stars, the talented shooting guard claimed a D1M title, plus a BUCS Championship with London South Bank.
In 2010, Mundy-Castle started a community club, Croydon Cougars, who currently play in the Jnr. NBL, plus London and Surrey local leagues.