Raffles Institution ground down Anglo-Chinese Junior College in the A Division rugby semi-finals on Monday, running away in the second half to finish 45-6.
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A free-flowing, back-and-forth affair between St. Andrew's Secondary and Raffles Institution in the C Division rugby semi-finals saw the Saints run away with the game after half-time to win 36-12.
Two years of cancelled A Division football proved insufficient to shake Victoria Junior College (VJC) from their winning ways, taking first place in the girls' competition for the eighth consecutive time.
Eunoia Junior College (EJC) battled through the elimination stage of the Inter-Junior College (IJC) Ultimate tournament on their home ground to claim their first-ever championship title with a 8-2 victory over Catholic Junior College (CJC).
Strong plate discipline, aggressive base-running and tight defense proved to be the keys for Hwa Chong Institution's 13-3 win over National Junior College in the National A Division Boys' Softball 3rd/4th placing match.
An impressive pitching performance by Raffles Institution captain Shawn Yip (RI #1) led his team to a 6-0 victory over Eunoia Junior College in the A Division boys’ softball final. Recording 13 strikeouts on the day, his performance, complemented by strong teamwork in defense, proved sufficient for the Rafflesians to claim their first title since 2017.
Helped by a strong defence, a dominant scrum and a top try scoring rookie, Anglo-Chinese Junior College beat St Andrew's Junior College 54-0 on aggregate to finish third in this year's A Division Rugby National School Games.