The Portsmouth secondary school ( PSS), maintained its grip on the secondary schools table tennis championships, organized by the sports division, making a clean sweep, in the team events on Wednesday.
They won boys under 14, under 16, and under 20, and girls under 14, under 16 and under 20.
The north eastern comprehensive school (NECS), the only other school to put in a serious challenge, came second in all of the categories.
In the qualifying rounds for the girls open singles, Phibbisha Joseph, Markisha Letang, Kerris Albert, and Alliya prince, all of the (PSS), in addition to trice Dorsette, Abena james and José Thomas of the (NECS) have qualified for the top eight positions.
Briel Thomas, Akeva Leblanc, David Joseph, Jaheel Lewis, Vaundy Paul, and Travis Daniel from the (PSS) in addition to Akim st Louis, and Presley Telemacque of the (necs), have qualified for eight of the sixteen positions, in boys open singles.
Results of matches played last weekend, in the intermediate league of the Dominica football association.
The secondary schools defeated, the DFA nature boys by two goals to one.
Errol Blaize and Dejon hill, with one goal each, scored for the secondary schools.
Marvin Leblanc netted the lone goal for nature boys.
In another scheduled encounter, sam martin Pointe Michel, won by default over Byon strikers.
Grand fond defeated, Pottersville soccer academy by 4 fours to 1.
Kemali jean Jacques scored 2, while Kevin George and Marlian Phillip, scored one goal each for grand fond.
Shakeem Gregoire scored for Pottersville.
In the division one league, la stars defeated fond cole by 4 goals to nil.
Denley Joseph, Jalon Mathew, Roderick Blaize, and ridge Blaize netted one goal each for la stars.
Warner defeated bath road ambassadors, by two goal to nil.
Erwin bruno found the back of the net, on both occasions for warner.
The action will continue this week in the various leagues.