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School Netball to shoot-off today

By Carlena Knight Final preparations are now underway as this year's Inter-School Netball Competition is slated to shoot-off today at the YMCA Sports Complex. The competition...

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By Carlena Knight Fearless Crew 1 handed Flyers 2 their second loss of the season as both teams squared off at the JSC Sports Complex...
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