SINGAPORE - Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) regained their grip on the Schools National C Division rugby crown, beating arch-rivals St Andrew's Secondary 28-8 in front of around 6,000 fans at the National Stadium on Tuesday.
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ACS(I) announced the win via its online news and information Twitter account @IndepOnline.
It said: We would like to congratulate the C division rugby team on their impressive victory (28-8) over St. Andrews! #TBIYTB #ACSI #hubbahubbAC
The school had chartered five MRT trains to transport students and staff to the match held at the newly-opened National Stadium.