National C Division Basketball: Dunman Secondary clinches the championship with a stellar 68-43 win over Catholic High
With strategic playmaking and domineering aggression, Jayson Tan (#7) of Dunman Secondary School led all scorers with a game high 28 points and leads his team to a convincing 68-43 victory against Catholic High School, winning the championship title for National C Division Basketball.
What Say You All?
We are sure you have seen some outstanding players this year in the zonal and national championships. Who are they?
We are sure you have seen some outstanding players. Who are they?
Youth in Motion
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.
Dunman Secondary School (DSS) put on a strong performance in the second game of the group by taking out Bukit Panjang Government High (BPGHS) 59–30 in the first round of the National C Division Boys Basketball Championship. Jayson Tan (DSS #7) led all scorers with 22 points, while BPGHS #6 followed closely with 12 points of his own.
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