Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) book a spot in their 27th straight C Division rugby final, after beating brother school Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) 61-0 in the semi-final.
Nothing could dampen the mood of the B Division rugby boys competing in the first National School Games final after the Covid-19 pandemic enforced a suspension in the last two years. Not even multiple match postponements, playing their semi-final matches only the day before and a pitch decimated by torrential rain. In the end, ACS (Independent) beat ACS (Barker Road) 19-0 on aggregate.
Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) held off the challenge of St Andrew's Secondary School to reach its first Cup final in the National School B Division Rugby Championship since 2013. The Barker boys edged Saints 7-5 and 17-14 in the pair of back-to-back 7-a-side matches, involving different groups of players from each school. This is a change from the usual 15-a-side format in the first National School Games rugby competition after a two-year hiatus, due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation. ACS (Barker Road) will play brother school, ACS (Independent) in the final scheduled for April 21.
Samuel Tang (ACJC), Cherlyn Yeoh (RI) and Jonathan Tan [ACS(I)] took home golds after record-breaking performances in their respective 100m freestyle finals on the final day of the 59th National School Swimming Championships.
North Vista Secondary out-duel ACS (Barker Road) to emerge as 62-50 victors in a clash between zonal champions.
National B Div Bball: Christ Church survive massive fourth-quarter rally by ACS (Barker) for 73–70 victory
Christ Church survive a massive rally from ACS (Barker Rd) to emerge as 73--70 victors in the second round of the National B Division Basketball Championship.
Xavier Tan (ACSB #28) scored 17 points to lead a balanced scoring display from ACS Barker as they held off Unity in the final quarter to grab a 62-58 victory in the second round of the National B Division Basketball Championship.
Led by Khant Zay Naing (ACSB #8) and Cayman Miguel (ACSB #9) with 12 points each, ACS Barker shot down Bukit Panjang for a 53--38 win.