Jayne Chan (SP #3) pushed the pace for Singapore Polytechnic, scoring a team-high 15 points as they raced to a 57--53 win over Institute of Technical Education (ITE), defending their POL-ITE Basketball title.
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Temasek Polytechnic overcame an unexpected ejection of one of their players, Sherman Seet, in the second quarter, to defeat Ngee Ann Polytechnic 72-59 and kick-start their POL-ITE basketball championship campaign.
SUniG Basketball (Men): SIM defeat NUS 80-79 in double OT but three-way tie led to NUS being champions
Wang Liang Rong (SIM #9) had a game-high 28 points in SIM's 80-79 victory over NUS. However, NUS emerged as SUniG champions due to the three-way tie.
Nanyang Technological University wrapped up one of the most competitive Singapore University Games basketball seasons in recent years by avenging last year’s loss against Singapore Institute of Technology with a dominant 74-52 victory to come in third.
Ng Kian Hao (SIM #27) had a game-high 22 points but SIM's efforts fell short as NTU remained composed to take the game 61-58.