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.
National A Div Football: MJC win fourth straight title after captain’s hat-trick sinks 10-man VJC 3-1
Meridian Junior College (MJC) won the National A Division Football Championships for a fourth successive year after beating Victoria Junior College (VJC) 3-1. MJC had also beaten VJC by the same scoreline earlier in the season.
National A Div Floorball (Girls): Surprise package River Valley beat MJC 1-0 on penalties for first title
Eliminated in the group stage last year, it would be fair to say River Valley High School (RVHS) were considered no-hopers in this year’s National A Division Floorball Championship.
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.
Defending champions Meridian Junior College (MJC) almost saw themselves slip up against a resurgent Nanyang Junior College (NYJC) in the National A Division Football Championship semi-final but the former were able to scrape through to the final with a 2-1 victory.
National A Div Football (Girls): Hannah Lim secures VJC’s fifth straight title in 3-2 penalty shoot-out win against MJC
As the penalty shoot-out loomed, Victoria Junior College (VJC) goalkeeper Hannah Lim (VJC #1) thought she had done all she could against Meridian Junior College (MJC) in the National A Division Football Championship final during regulation and extra time which ended 1-1.
In a repeat of last year’s National A Division Football Championship final, defending champions Meridian Junior College (MJC) once again got the better of Victoria Junior College (VJC) – albeit in Round 2 this time – when the former came away with a 3-1 victory.
Balanced scoring of PJC led by game-high 10 points of Gundu Mahidhar Reddy (PJC #9) and excellent defense allowed PJC to remain unbeaten against MJC.