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.
Behind a game-high 17 points from Gundu Mahidhar Reddy (PJC #9), Pioneer Junior College completed a comeback win over Dunman High School in their quarter-final matchup of the National A Division Basketball Championship.
A Division Softball (Girls): River Valley scores close 16-14 win over Dunman High to record first victory of season
River Valley High School, Tuesday, April 10, 2018 — While both teams showed strength in batting, their defence paled in comparison throughout the game. Ultimately, River Valley High School narrowly beat Dunman High School to take their first win of the season.
National Schools Wushu Championship: Nanyang Girls’ High School sweeps B and C Girls Division championship titles for third straight year
Nanyang Girls’ High School took home the championship trophies at the National Schools Wushu Championship for both the B and C divisions once again for the third year running.