North Zone C Division Basketball: North Vista through to second round after sealing 35–19 win over Christ Church Secondary
North Vista Secondary (NV) fought off a spirited Christ Church Secondary (CC) to win 35–19 in Group Y of the North Zone C Division Girls Basketball Championship. The win puts NV through to the second round of the competition. Sammi Tan (NV #22) and CC #10 were joint top scorers with 8 points apiece. Shumin (NV #53 followed closely behind with 6 points, while CC #5 scored 5 points to contribute to her team's cause.
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Youth in Motion
Quah Ting Wen, despite falling short of personal expectations, surpasses the Women's 50m Freestyle meet record in both the preliminary round and final en route to clinching gold in her event.
Singapore National Swimming Championships: Lionel Khoo, Randall Neo set new milestones on meet’s penultimate day
Only one meet record was felled by a local on the third and penultimate day of the Neo Garden 15th Singapore National Swimming Championships (SNSC) as Lionel Khoo set a new mark of 28.08 seconds in the men's 50-metre breaststroke heats. The 24-year-old's timing surpassed his own record of 28.46s set in 2017, and he went on to strike gold in the afternoon final touching the wall in 28.21s.
Inter-JC Ultimate (Pools): RVHS, JPJC, EJC, ACJC clinch top four seeds going into second day of play
River Valley High School (RVHS) Team A, Jurong Pioneer Junior College (JPJC) Team A, Anglo-Chinese Junior College (ACJC) Team A and Eunoia Junior College (EJC) Team A emerged as the top four seeds after the first day of pool play at the 15th Inter-JC Ultimate Frisbee Championship held at Nanyang Technological University.
National A Div Basketball Final (Boys): TMJC take down defending champions ASRJC 62–46 to clinch first ever championship
Tampines Meridian Junior College (TMJC) took out defending champions Anderson Serangoon Junior College (ASRJC) 62–46 to mark a historic first in a clash of merged schools at the National A Division Boys Basketball Championship. This is the first time in the championship that both finalists were represented by merged schools and the title was the first ever in the combined history of Tampines Junior College and Meridian Junior College.