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.
Four goals from Darvina Halini (SUSS #11) was just enough to help Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) come from behind and edge out Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) 4-3 to seal IVP qualification.
Singapore University Games (SUniG) Women’s Basketball: NTU comes out on top with a 59-43 victory against NUS to clinch first place for SUniG
Co-Captains Lee Yu Zhen (NTU#19) and Choo Jieying (NTU #8) led all scorers with 14 and 13 points respectively to clinch SUniG champions for NTU
NTU edged out NUS by two points to claim their first Men’s team victory since 2011, even as NUS retained the Women’s title and both individual victories.
National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University played out an exciting but ultimately goalless 0-0 draw in the Singapore University Games Football Championship.
Singapore University Games (SUniG) Women’s Basketball: NUS seals a convincing win in a 56-32 victory against SMU.
With their depth of the bench and stellar rotations, NUS managed to overcome SMU with a convincing 56-32 victory.