Defending champion Lim En Ning of Dunman High School (DHS) defied injuries to deliver a stunning leap of 5.66 metres, edging out her fellow competitors to win the A division girls' long jump event.
A Div High Jump: Hwa Chong’s Tham Mei Shuen triumphs in familiar turn of events against Dunman High’s Lim En Ning
Tham Mei Shuen of HCI clinched gold in the A Division girls' high jump event with a final height of 1.54m. All the top three jumpers had the same final height of 1.54m and the officials had to do a countback to decide the winners.
Claudia Tang stopped the clock at 5 minutes and 9.98 seconds, falling short of her personal best by six seconds.
The overall playmaking of Tan Hui Xiang (DHS #7) and the sharpshooting of Teh Wen Jan (DHS #4) bagged them each 21 points as they led Dunman High School to their first National Girls' A Division Basketball Championship title over Raffles Institution 53--32.
Thanks to 12 points from Tan Hui Xiang (DHS #7), Dunman High School held on to their lead and pulled out a 46--39 win over Nanyang Junior College, advancing to the National Girls' A Division Basketball Championship final.
Anderson Junior College advance to the semi-finals of the National A Division Basketball Championship with a resounding 66-33 victory over Dunman High.
Tan Hui Xiang (DHS #7) and her game-high 11 points led Dunman High School to a 28-23 victory over National Junior College, sending them to the semi-finals of the National Girls' A Division Basketball Championship.
A dominant performance on both ends in the third quarter power Dunman High School to a 45-34 victory over Raffles Institution.