Schools netball hailed a success

Nehru Primary School on the attack against The Learning Center during the Suva Primary School Netball Competition at the National Netball Center. Picture: JONA KONATACI

The 2022 Suva Primary Schools Netball Competition has been hailed a success.

A total of 11 schools took part in six age categories. SPSNA president Elenoa Vadei said it had been a good season as the competition came to an end yesterday.

“It has been two years since we had our last competition as it was on a hold due to COVID-19.  The girls have come back to play this year. We have noticed great improvements as the tournament has progressed especially in the final few rounds,” she said.

Vadei said it was good to see some schools coming back and joining the competition this year after opting not to compete in previous years.

“Some other schools have come in to join. Christian Mission Fellowship School, Nasinu Sangam and St Agnes. We are so glad that they have come back and joined the competition.”

Meanwhile, St Agnes took out the under-14 division title defeating St Anne’s Primary School 33-26 in the final.

CMF won the U13 grade defeating St Anne’s 30-25 in the final.

Holy Trinity took out the U12 grade after a 48-43 win over Draiba Primary. Draiba Primary won the U11, St Anne’s Primary took out the U10 and U19 division titles.

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