Northlands claim Primary School title
Northlands Primary School defeated West Pembroke 6-3 to win the Bermuda School Sports Federation Primary School netball knockout tournament.
Northlands had lost to West Pembroke for the past two years but found redemption at Bernard Park yesterday without losing a match.
Naveah Barclay and Sanaa Grant scored three goals each to lead Northlands past their neighbours. Khamil Burchall scored twice for the runners-up, while Samori Stevens added the other.
Northlands defeated Harrington Sound 5-1 in the semi-finals, with Grant scoring three goals and Barclay two. Jaya Dillas scored the lone goal for Harrington Sound.
West Pembroke had a tougher route to the final after edging past Bermuda High School 4-3. Sioma Rudo led West Pembroke with three goals, while Stevens added the fourth.
Ava Pedro, Robin Sellay and Georgia Bellante all scored for BHS.
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