Port Noarlunga Primary School

PNPS host SAPSASA Netball carnival

May 31, 2019 | sapsasa, sport

Hotly contested SAPSASA Netball carnival came down to the wire at Port Noarlunga Primary School on Friday.

A round-robin tournament between Calvary Primary, Christies Beach Primary, St. John the Apostle, and Port Noarlunga Primary, saw each school compete against each other once throughout the day.

In the final game, it was Christies Beach Primary who would get the win, defeating Porties by just 5 goals.

Congratulations to our girls who represented the school with great competitiveness and teamwork. Everybody played well and should be proud of their achievement today.

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