The second semi-final contest is expected to be an exciting one as all three schools competing have plans of ending their National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) barrenness.

As the only all-girls school remaining in the championship, ‘Wey Gey Hey’ is seeking to break the male dominance associated with the NSMQ.

Tamale SHS shocked 2016 NSMQ winners, Adisadel College in an impressive run during the quarter-finals to book a place in the semis.

You might be wondering whether the ‘Lions’ will survive in this jungle but do not forget that Keta SHS is also seeking to win the trophy to propel the construction of the sea defence wall in the area.

Presec-Legon has already qualified for the final. Which school follows the trend? Well, settle for yet another semi-final cracker!

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