Rugby: ACS(I) thrash St Andrew's 31-0 in final of U-14 Singapore Schools Sevens Series

ACS (I) captain Ng Zu Jie (centre, with shield) and his team posing after defeating St Andrew's Secondary School in the Under-14 Singapore Schools Sevens Series, on April 29, 2018.
ACS (I) captain Ng Zu Jie (centre, with shield) and his team posing after defeating St Andrew's Secondary School in the Under-14 Singapore Schools Sevens Series, on April 29, 2018.PHOTO: RUGBY SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - Ng Zu Jie, captain of the Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) rugby team, went to the toilet five times before the Under-14 Singapore Schools Sevens Series final at the National Stadium on Sunday (April 29), played on the sidelines of the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens.

Just as well, for he might have flushed out some nerves and the nightmare of last year's 10-12 loss to St Andrew's Secondary School.

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