myshsrank * June 30, 2018 * 36
Just as the good book says it, “many are called but few are chosen”. In all, eighty-one (81) Senior High Schools competed in the one-eight stage of the NSMQ competition after the prelims, out of which emerged 27 schools who qualified to the quarter finals.
Interestingly, out of these 27 schools are 6 girls’ schools who sailed through to the next stage.
A lot of sentiments and emotions, as usual, were attached to the competition as schools compete each other. No school can be underrated in this competition as each school brings out nothing but the best to compete their rivals.
Prior to the quarter finals stage, Ten Girls’ schools competed in the one-eight stage, which is encouraging. The list of such schools is as follows:
Out of these, the first four schools in the list were eliminated by their rivals and could not sail through to the next stage. However, the next six on the list competitively made it to the quarter finals, which is already underway.
Aburi Girls’ through to Krobo Girls’ were those schools who will be rocking it out with other contending schools, seeking a slot in the semi-finals.
Some of the girls’ schools such as Holy Child won their one-eight contest on Tuesday 21st June 2018, which was the 23rd contest with a marginal difference of 2pts against AKwamuman and Breman Asikuman SHS.
Likewise, was St. Louis, who had a competitive contest against Kumasi High School and Armed Forces SHTS. Clearly, more work needs to be done as the quarter finals is promising a much tougher and competitive show.
Will any of these Six girls’ schools emerge as champions of the 2018 edition of the NSMQ?
Source: myshsrank | Isaac Koranteng