One of England's top female footballers is visiting school pupils in Carlisle.
Steph Houghton from Sunderland, who plays for England's International Team and Arsenal Ladies, is giving pupils from Trinity School a masterclass in the game.
The 24-year-old, who was a key player for Team GB in the 2012 Olympic games, is coaching the Under 13's team.
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