The league is part of NYSI’s efforts to increase the playing time of the tertiary-level athletes and caters to both the boys and girls divisions for sports like basketball, football and netball. The tertiary basketball league, which debuted this year, is getting a good reception from the community.
Coming back from defeat in their first ever semi-final appearance in the boys' competition, CJC upset traditional powerhouses MJC 3-2 to clinch third place.
CJC anchor runner Hassan Khan held off the challenge from RI's Joshua Chua, pipping favourites RI to gold by 0.1 seconds.
Shahmee clocked 11.04s against a headwind of 1.3m/s, while Joshua finished second in 11.13s.
Led by game-high 12 points of Eden Oh (YJC #11), YJC made use of size and height advantage to take down CJC for the win in their last match of the season.
Catholic Junior College (CJC) sealed their place in the next round of the floorball National A Division Championships with six players on the scoresheet following their 10-3 win over Pioneer Junior College (PJC).
Shahmee fended off strong challenges from SAJC's Dinesh Hulbert and ACS(I)'s Joshua Lim, who finished second and third in 22.42s and 22.64s respectively.
Vernen Lim (HC#35) led the charge with game-high 16 points as Hwa Chong scored 32 points in the fourth quarter to seal the deal and take down Catholic Junior College.