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Three do the double in schools’ netball


Added 17 May 2019


Three schools were double winners in the second round of the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Netball League’s Under-13 and Under-15 Netball Competition yesterday.

Combermere School, The Lodge School and Christ Church Foundation School won their matches in both divisions.

Meanwhile, The Lester Vaughan School has withdrawn from the competition.

The third round will be played on Tuesday.



Combermere School 16, Deighton Griffith 2

The Lodge School 15, Graydon Sealy 10

The St Michael School 9, Queen’s College 1

Christ Church Foundation School 13, St George Secondary 1

Parkinson Memorial 10, The Alleyne School 6


Combermere 36, Deighton Griffith 13

Queen’s College 36, The St Michael School 5

The Lodge School 47, Graydon Sealy 16

Christ Church Foundation School 29, St George Secondary 5

The Ellerslie School 17, The Alleyne School 7


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