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SMS, Springer in U-13 final

Kenmore Bynoe,

Added 12 June 2019

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ONE-HANDED CATCH: Liana Leacock was outstanding in the shooting circle for Queen’s College with 20 goals from 24 attempts. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe)

DEFENDING champions The St. Michael School will battle Springer Memorial in the Under-13 netball finals of the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Championship today at 3.15 p.m. at the Netball Stadium.

Appearing on the same card will be the Under-15 queens Christ Church Foundation School (CCFS) and last year’s losing finalists Queen’s College, who will be aiming to book another showdown when they meet different opponents in their semi-finals.

Springer won a close semi-final from Combermere on Tuesday at the Netball Stadium 14-12 after the scores were locked at seven at the end of the first half. The shooting duo of Maria Chase (9/13) and Kennia Blackman (5/8) held their nerve to edge Springer into the finals.(KB)

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