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Netball Club (Girls)
In 2017, our B Division team did the school proud by attaining the second position in the West Zone Inter-School Netball Championships. It was a commendable achievement as the B Division Girls made it into the top four teams in the zone again after a brief hiatus. This means that our B Division Girls will be one of the four seeded teams in next year’s Inter-School Championships, paving the way for our juniors so that they can continue to bring glory to the school and achieve greater heights in the coming year.
2017 was a rewarding year which saw the club enjoying the fruits of its labour. A team of Secondary 3 and 4 netballers represented the school and emerged third in Daisy Tan Carnival 2017. With sheer determination and much skill, the girls fought hard and emerged victorious despite fierce competition.
The club believes in the ability to overcome all challenges and achieve its goals by adopting first a positive mindset. The tough training enables us to build physical strength and shapes us into determined athletes who persevere in the face of adversity; we are a resilient team. Also, as netball is a team sport, it is essential that we build camaraderie to achieve success. In the process, we learn valuable life lessons.
Netball Official Retirement Day
Definitely, the Netball Club would not be successful without our teachers and coach. With their guidance, may we continue to respect, trust and care for one another as we play hard to bring Nan Hua Netball Club to greater heights!
Ng Xin Yi, Captain (Class 301)
In 2019, Nan Hua Netball Club did the school proud by emerging as the first runner-up and the second runner-up in the B and C Divisions in the West Zone Netball Championships, respectively. The B Division team made unprecedented progress by qualifying for the second round of the National Championships; we are among the top eight teams in Singapore! All our achievements would not have been possible without the guidance of our teachers, Ms Leow, Ms Gan and Mr Quek, and our coach, Mr Bok. Our seniors also gave us much encouragement and helped in our preparations for competitions. We will strive to attain greater heights!
Tan Shyan Q’yan Kate (Class 302), Captain