PMS, All Saints and State College emerge winners in School Netball league

Princess Margaret School (PMS), All Saints Secondary (ASSS) and Antigua State College (ASC) all ended their campaigns on a winning note in the Inter-Schools Netball League on Tuesday.

PMS claimed the 16-and-under title on Monday afternoon after defeating St. Mary’s Secondary, 12-4 at the YMCA Sports Complex.

Earlita Destin scored 7 of her 11 attempts with teammate, Aniah Simon assisting with 5 points.

Not only did the ladies in pink and grey secure the trophy, but they did so being the only undefeated team in that category, ending the season with an 8-0 record.

 PMS last won this title in 2012.

Former champions, Antigua Girls High School (AGHS) finished behind of PMS after defeating Glanvilles Secondary School (GSS) 14-8 on Monday afternoon.

They end their season with seven wins and one loss.

Antigua State College solidified their name as ‘netball giants’ as they grabbed the 18 and Under title.

ASC who ended their campaign undefeated with a record of 5-0, played their final match last Wednesday trouncing St. Mary’s Secondary, 26-13.

Former champions, All Saints Secondary School (ASSS) settled for second place.

All Saints Secondary would have their revenge on State College as they edged out the league champions to claim the knockout title on Tuesday.

All Saints advanced to the finals of the knockout after defeating Jennings Secondary, 16-6 and St. Mary’s Secondary, 15-5.

Nine teams competed in the 16 and Under category while in the 18 and Under section, five teams battled for supremacy.

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