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NETBALL: The Queen's remain on course to win double title

Published:Tuesday | November 19, 2013 | 9:30 AM

The four semi-finalists in the senior ISSA/Digicel Corporate Area schoolgirl netball competition have been decided with defending champions The Queen’s down to play St Andrew.



The other semi-final match-up features St Hugh’s against Holy Childhood.

The Queen’s booked their spot yesterday following a 39-32 victory over St Hugh’s High at the Leila Robinson Courts.



Victory allowed The Queen’s to end on 12 points, the same as St Catherine High and St Hugh’s.



However, The Queen’s qualified from Group Two as the best second-place team, on goal difference ahead of St Catherine, who hammered St Jago 56-16.

St Hugh’s topped the group with the best goal difference.



St Andrew High won Group One with 13 points after beating Norman Manley High 42-24 to book their spot.



And Holy Childhood finished second after stopping Ardenne High 34-13.

The semi-finals take place tomorrow.



The Queen’s are also on course to win the double title as the junior team is also in the semi-finals.



The Queen’s will meet Camperdown in one semi-final, while Norman Manley and Tarrant will face off in the other semi-final.



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