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West Zone C Division – TS VS CWS & WSS VS RVH

COMMONWEALTH SECONDARY SCHOOL VS TANGLIN SECONDARY SCHOOL

In the West Zone Inter-schools Netball Championships at Jurong West Sports Hall, the C Division girls from Commonwealth Secondary took home the win today against opponents Tanglin Secondary School. Tanglin was down by 4 goals in the first quarter. By the end of the 2nd quarter, Commonwealth widened the gap by 12 goals, making it difficult for the Tanglin girls to catch up. Commonwealth’s Goal Shooter was consistent and quick, but Tanglin’s Goal Defence, Sofia, did not let her team go down without a fight. Tanglin managed to put in a goal midway through the 2nd quarter.

Despite the score difference, the girls from Tanglin did not give up and took the defeat positively. As they are new and only recently merged with fresh players from Clementi Woods, the Tanglin team is slowly developing despite having majority of the girls with little to no Netball experience. However, their lack of Netball knowledge certainly did not stop them from trying their best. 

By the end of the last quarter, Commonwealth Secondary School emerged as winners with a score of 28-2 against Tanglin Secondary School. 


WESTWOOD SECONDARY SCHOOL VS RIVER VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

 

 It was a close fight between Westwood Secondary School and River Valley High in the 2nd game.

Both the C Division teams displayed brilliant teamwork on court throughout all 4 quarters. Westwood was only 4 goals away from River Valley by the end of the first  quarter.

The players from Westwood made the 2nd quarter an exciting one because they were only 2 goals away. The shooters were able to maneuver themselves away from the  defenders in the goal circle, additionally; they were consistent and barely missed a shot. 

River Valley intercepted many passes from Westwood in the 3rd quarter which easily allowed them to further the score gap. Westwood was down by 5 goals in the 3rd  quarter. River Valley’s coach, Ms Puva, instructed her players on court and guided each of them throughout all 4 quarters. 

The competition on court was obvious and both teams certainly gave a good fight but in the end, River Valley emerged victorious and won with a score of 18-14 against  Westwood.