School Netball Super League final produces fireworks
The Schools Netball Super League concluded the past weekend with Windhoek High School scooping the top prize in the U/19 A-division.
Windhoek Gymnasium came in second place in what was described as some of the best netball action seen of late. Elnatan Private School’s U/19 team was in third place in the A-division.
In the U/19 B-division, Windhoek Private School took the top spot followed by Edugate in second place and Agri College, from Grootfontein, in the third place.
“The league was highly competitive this year and we saw quite a few draws and closely contested games. We are proud to say that the Bank Windhoek Schools Netball Super League has brought a new level of competitiveness to schools netball,” commented Liezel Garbers, Chairperson of the Bank Windhoek Schools Netball Super League.
“We want to thank Bank Windhoek for its support and all schools for their commitment and dedication throughout the season. At the end, all teams showed true sportsmanship. We want to thank all umpires, coaches and parents for supporting the Bank Windhoek Schools Netball Super League,” said Garbers.
Caption: Epic encounter: The final game between Windhoek Gymnasium and Windhoek High School in the under 19 A Division of the Bank Windhoek Schools Netball Super League, produced fireworks.