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Netball underway in secondary schools

SHERRYLYN TOPPIN, sherrylynclarke@nationnews.com

Added 16 May 2015


SCHOOLS have had mixed fortunes as the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Netball League Under-13 and Under-15 Competitions got underway at the various venues.

Springer Memorial and The St Michael School are unbeaten after the first two rounds.

In the Under-15 division, Alleyne School and Graydon Sealy were among those scoring major victories.  

First Round


The Lodge School  11, Parkinson Memorial 5

The St Michael School 5, Alexandra 0

Harrison College 7, Princess Margaret 5

Springer Memorial 9, Christ Church Foundation School 9

The Lester Vaughan School 13, Graydon Sealy 3


Alleyne School 33, Grantley Adams Memorial 15

The St Michael School 20, Alexandra 5

Princess Margaret 12, Harrison College 9

Springer Memorial 25, Christ Church Foundation School 13

Graydon Sealy 25, The Lester Vaughan School 11

Second Round


The St Michael School 11, Princess Margaret 2

Alleyne School 5, Frederick Smith 2

Springer Memorial 11, Queen’s College 7

Coleridge and Parry 22, Parkinson Memorial 5


The St Michael School 24, Princess Margaret 6

Alleyne School 25, Frederick Smith 13

Springer Memorial 23, Queen’s College 9 (SAT)


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