Raffles Institution ground down Anglo-Chinese Junior College in the A Division rugby semi-finals on Monday, running away in the second half to finish 45-6.
Helped by a strong defence, a dominant scrum and a top try scoring rookie, Anglo-Chinese Junior College beat St Andrew's Junior College 54-0 on aggregate to finish third in this year's A Division Rugby National School Games.
By the tiniest of margins, Victoria Junior College (VJC)'s Claudia Tang and Lim Wei Feng of Anglo-Chinese Junior College (ACJC) grabbed victories in their respective A Division 800-metre finals to make up for second-place finishes in the 1500m.
A tense semi-final match saw Raffles Institution (RI) beat Anglo-Chinese Junior College to claim their place in the National A Division Rugby final.
Hwa Chong Institution (HCI)'s Eleana Goh shook off fatigue and niggling doubts to clinch victory in the A Division girls' 200 metres final, crossing the line in a huge personal best of 26.16 seconds.
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 Schools Swimming: ACS(I) boys undisputed kings after clinching sixth straight grand slam and six more records on final day
ACS(I) once again retained their stranglehold of all boys' divisional championships with a sixth straight grand slam of A, B and C titles, while RI and MGS retained their A and B girls' titles with the latter also dethroning defending champions and nearest rivals Raffles Girls' School in the girls' C Division.
National Schools Swimming: RGS’ Charla Tan shatters 200m Backstroke mark as nine meet records fall on penultimate day
Nine records were broken on the first of two days of Swimming finals, with RGS' Charla Tan's new record in the B Division Girls' 200m Backstroke being the second-fastest female timing in Singapore this year and also a medal-winning timing across all three Boys' categories.