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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.
North Zone C Division Girls Basketball: SCGS seal progress into second round with 35–3 win over Ahmad Ibrahim
Singapore Chinese Girls' School (SCGS) booked a place in the second round of the North Zone C Division Girls Basketball Championship with a 35–3 win over Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School (AIS). Maeva Loo (SCGS #5) and Sarah Goh (SCGS #13) mirrored their performance in the opening game by being joint top-scorers with eight points. AIS #37 contributed two points while AIS #6 followed behind with one point.
After going undefeated since the round of 16, Singapore Sports School (SS) was staring defeat in the final after going behind twice and needed a last minute equaliser before taking the National B Division School Premier League 1 title on penalties.
National B Div SPL 1 Football: St. Patrick’s clinch third place with 2-1 extra time victory over Serangoon Garden
St. Patrick's School clinched the third place in the National B Division School Premier League 1 after beating Serangoon Garden Secondary 2-1 in extra time.
When Hwa Chong Institution's Justyn Phua lined up to take his fourth throw in the A boys' javelin competition, he was trailing junior teammate Wang Tingjia in second. A few minutes later, he not only bettered Tingjia's best throw, but also a national schools and championship record that has stood since 1970.
C Div 3000m: RI’s Sean Tay narrowly outwits Nan Hua foe; Cedar’s Kylie Tan adds to cross-country crown
Three seconds were all that separated Raffles Institution's Sean Tay and Nan Hua High School's Lim Yu Zhe at the cross country nationals a month ago. The gap came down to 0.06 second between the two boys in the C division 3000m race at the 58th National Schools Track and Field Championships.
Raffles Institution's Ho Zhe Xi quite literally gave it all he had, throwing himself forward at the finish line when he wasn't sure he was going to catch Hwa Chong Institution's Or Yong Hur in the 400m race at the 58th National Schools Track and Field Championships. As it turned out, he's done just enough.