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NSMQ 2021: The Girls Are Good -They Have Eliminated The Boys, Is This Year's Trophy For Them?

The One-eighth Stage of the National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) continued yesterday with 6 thrilling contests. Four (4) Girls' schools were involved in yesterday's contests; two of which were involved in one contest and the remaining two in two other contests.

Two out of the four Girls' Schools cruised past their opponents to the next stage of the competition. Wesley Girls' High School won its contest against St. Francis Xavier Jnr. Seminary and Aburi Girls' SHS and as such have maintained its "seeded" slot in next year's competition. Wesley Girls' High School won the contest by 4 points ahead of St. Francis Xavier Jnr. Seminary.

St. Louis SHS also won its contest against St. Hubert Minor Seminary SHS and Ghana Secondary Technical School (G. S. T. S). St. Louis SHS won the contest by just a point ahead of St. Hubert Minor Seminary SHS. St. Louis SHS have thus secured a "seeded" spot in next year's competition replacing G. S. T. S. Congratulations, ladies and see you in the next round.

St. Louis SHS would be facing Keta SHTS and Ghana National College at the Quarter final Stage of the competition. On the other hand, Wesley Girls' High School would battle it out against Pope John Seminary SHS and the winners of Contest 15 at the Quarter final Stage. Contest 15 is a clash between Osino Presby SHS, Konongo-Odumase SHS and Zion College.

Would any of these schools be able to make history by winning the NSMQ for the first time and the first time for an all Girls' School? If not, which school would be claiming the academic bragging rights this year? Let us know your thoughts by leaving all your comments below.

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