Singapore Management University's (SMU) offensive edge carried them to a 6-2 win over Singapore Polytechnic (SP) during the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) floorball championship. The final group match saw SMU through to the semi-final and knocked SP out of the championship.
In a top-of-the-table clash, National Technological University (NTU) toppled POL-ITE champions Temasek Polytechnic (TP) with a hustle that resulted in 5-0. Both teams fought hard as the results would determine their opponent in the semi-final of the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) floorball championship. Despite the scoreline, it was no easy win for NTU. Countless shots at goal were taken by Low Jing Hui (TP #48) and Vanessa Poch (TP #36), of which were all accurately saved by NTU's keeper Shermaine Goh (NTU #52). This resulted in the clean sheet that would then prove their domination.
Temasek Polytechnic (TP) and Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) went head-to-head with high stakes on the line in the Polytechnic-Institute of Technical Education (POL-ITE) Games football championship, as both teams settled for a 1-1 draw. As it turned out, the final scoreline was enough to see TP seal qualification into the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Games after many years of not qualifying.
Institute of Technical Education (ITE) kept up their pace in overcoming Republic Polytechnic (RP) 2-0 in the Polytechnic-Institute of Technical Education (POL-ITE) Games football championship.
The determined Republic Polytechnic (RP) hustled hard against Institution of Technical Education (ITE) to not only score a goal through Nur Izzati (RP #13), but kept their opponent muted throughout the entire game as well. With a 1-0 score, RP decisively edged past ITE in the 2019 Polytechnic-Institute of Technical Education Games (POL-ITE) football championship.
Nanyang Girls' High School (NYGH) displayed a dominating performance during the quarter-final of the National C Division Basketball Championship with Unity Secondary School (US). With a 45-05 win in their bag, NYGH comfortably qualified for the semi-finals. By chipping in 11 points each, Rae-Ann Chua (NYGH #32) and Huang Kaining (NYGH #28) led all scorers. US were led by the twofold contributions of (US #5) and (US #22), where they scored two points each.
C Division Basketball: Unity Secondary edge past Mayflower Secondary in tightly contested 36-28 game
Unity Secondary (US) emerged victorious in a hard 36–28 win against Mayflower Secondary (MS) during the quarter-finals of the National C Division Boys Basketball Championship. Muhammed A'aqif (US #11) led the scorers with 17 points and (MS #9) followed behind with a stellar performance of scoring 11 points of his own. "We played pretty hard, hustled every ball. We didn't give up until the last second which is why we got the win." said (US # ) (US #11) led the scorers with 17 points and (MS #9) followed behind with a stellar performance of scoring 11 points of his own.
In a battle where skills and hunger clashed, Singapore Chinese Girls' School (SCGS) took down North Vista Secondary (NVSS) during the final of the North Zone C Division Girls Basketball Championship. With a win of 46 - 28, SCGS were, without a doubt, the champions of the North Zone C Div Girls. Au Zexuan (SCGS #10) and captain Chloe Laur (NVSS #27) were the top scorers of their team and poured in a total of 13 points each. Wang Jia Yue (SCGS #11) followed behind their lead with a grand total of 12 points while Shumin (NVSS #53) put in a formidable effort to achieve six points for her team.