8 teams confirmed in the Punjas Digicel Netball quarter finals

8 teams confirmed in the Punjas Digicel Netball quarter finals

By Marika Rasekaseka
Tuesday 22/08/2023

There will be a new open girls secondary schools netball champion this year after former champion ACS and Jasper lost in the pool games today.

Looking at the quarter finals, Labasa Sangam College will face Yat Sen Secondary School, St Thomas High School will take on Koro High School, Uluivalili College faces Wainibuka Secondary School and William Cross College will face Immaculate Conception College this afternoon.

In today's U14 results, Wainibuka Secondary lost to Nadogo College 9-8, Grammar thrashed Vunimono High School 16-3, Sangam Sadhu Kup Memorial School lost to Niusawa 7-6, Dudley outclassed ACS 2 10-5, Nadi Muslim College beat Savusavu Secondary 6-5 and St Joseph’s lost to Jasper 8-7.

In today's U15 round 2 results, Suva Sangam College beat Ra High School 9-6, CMF thrashed Lomary Secondary School 12-6, Ballantine Memorial School beat Tavua College 8-7, ACS 2 lost to Uluivalili College 12-9, MGM beat Penang Sangam High School 7-5, Dilkusha Methodist High School lost to Niusawa Methodist High School 12-4 and in round 3, St John's College defeated Wainibuka Secondary School 9-8, Jasper Williams High School outclassed Tailevu North College 12-1, Dreketi Central College thrashed Holy Family Secondary School 12-4, Grammar beat Lomaivuna High School 9-3, Nawai Secondary School defeated Immaculate Conception College 9-7 and ACS 1 thrashed Rampur College 15-2.

In the U17 results, Saint Joseph’s Secondary School drew with St John’s College 10 all, Natabua High School outclassed Wainibuka Secondary 21-2, Lomary beat Holy Family Secondary School 6-2, ACS thrashed Gau Secondary 18-2, St Vincent College lost to Kamil Muslim College 5-4, Cuvu College thrashed Naleba College 13-2, Koro High School beat BMS 10-7, Dreketi Entral College defeated Dilkusha 9-6, Niusawa Methodist beat Nawai Secondary 9-6, Nasinu Secondary lost by default to LDS , Nabala Secondary drew 8 all with Gospel High School and Tavua College won by default against Kavanagasau College and in Round 4, Grammar thrashed Jasper 12-2, Swani Vivekananda beat Sila Central High School 11-5 and Savusavu Secondary School defeated CMF 13-5.

In the Open grade, Labasa Sangam College thrashed Nadi Muslim College 15-2, Delana Methodist drew 8 all with Ahmadiyya Muslim College, Yat Sen Secondary School outclassed Tailevu North 11-2, St Thomas High School thrashed Bhawani Dayal 11-2, Tilak High School lost to Uluivalili College 9-6, William Cross College thrashed ACS 2 13-1 and St Teresa High School lost to Saqani High School 11-7.

In the open boys division, Yat Sen Secondary School beat Holy Cross College 10-9, Nasikawa Vision College defeated Labasa College 4-3 and Grammar beat Napuka Secondary School 11-6.

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