Updates on secondary schools’ netball and cricket championships

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In a play-off match in the Sports Division’s Secondary Schools U-16 Netball Championship, the St. John’s Academy emerged winner over the Convent High School.

St. John’s Academy – 27

Patrice Roberts – 36/20
Kristel Ferrol – 11/7

Covent High School – 20

Engelique Sorhaindo – 30/19
Saraya Charles – 4/1

This means that the U-16 netball teams of St. John’s Academy and the Portsmouth Secondary School will meet each other in match at Portsmouth on Tuesday, December 1st from 3:00 pm to determine the final semi-finalist in the 2015 Sports Division’s U-16 Netball Championship.

The Castle Bruce Secondary School, the North East Comprehensive School and the Dominica Grammar School U-16 teams have already qualified for the semi-finals.

The semi-final matches of both the U-16 and U-20 categories will be played on Friday, December 4th at venues to be announced.

The two (2) semi-final matches of the Sports Division’s Secondary Schools U-20 Football Championship took place on Monday, November 30th.

At Pottersville, it was the Dominica State College coming up against the Isaiah Thomas Secondary School. At the end of regulation time, the Dominica State College was the triumphant one – winning the match 2:1.

Scoring for the Dominica State College were Mickyle Abraham and Agassi Moreau. Kelan Riviere scored for Isaiah Thomas Secondary School.

Over in Portsmouth, the Portsmouth Secondary School played host to the Goodwill Secondary School but the home school could not secure the win.

Goodwill Secondary won the match 4:1.

Delroy Parker, Elton Lafaille, Kerdell Joseph and Dequan Honore each scored for their school – the Goodwill Secondary whilst Cobin Paul scored Portsmouth Secondary School’s soal goal.

This means that both the Dominica State College and defending champions, the Goodwill Secondary School have booked their spots in the U-20 Final which is carded for Windsor Park Sports Stadium on Friday, December 11th.

However, before this final, the two top U-17 teams will which feature in their own final.

Last year’s champions, the Dominica Grammar School will come up against the Portsmouth Secondary School on Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium from 3:00 pm to determine which school will grab the title of the best U-17 secondary schools football team on the island.

The Sports Division will be collaborating with the Dominica Football Association to have the premier league match Harlem United and Signman All Stars take place right after the completion of this Secondary Schools Finals; the premier match is carded for 5:00 pm and the Sports Division and the DFA extend a special invitation to the schools, especially, the Portsmouth Secondary School and the Dominica Grammar School and the general public to come and support youth and senior football on island.

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