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Girls’ basketball set to restart

The National Sports Council’s WIBISCO-sponsored Secondary Schools Girls Basketball Competition resumes next Thursday following the Christmas season vacation break.

Four games are slated to be played that evening with Daryll Jordan hosting Combermere at Trents, St. Lucy; Frederick G. Smith entertaining Harrison College at Trents, St. James; Lester Vaughan taking on Springer Memorial at their Cane Garden, St. Thomas home court; and Alexandra travelling to Husbands, St. James to play against Queen’s College.

At the break, Harrison College were at the top of the table with nine points from five games played with one defeat. Graydon Sealy were second on eight points, but had played only four games which they won, and were well positioned to take the lead from Harrison College. Another title-contender, Springer Memorial, were also on eight points after winning their four games played so far.

Others in the competition include Combermere in fourth position on six points; Queen’s College (5 points); Lester Vaughan (5 points); Daryll Jordan (4 points); Alexandra (3 points); and Frederick G. Smith (3 points).††

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