The final rounds of the Shorthand Champions League will be an all-postgraduate affair.

Huge crowds are expected for the live semi final and final, which will be staged on the same day during a timetabled shorthand session this week.

Hsin-Yi was the first to book a place in the final four in a whitewash, after Latifa failed to turn up for her quarter final passage.

But the other other contests were hard fought and had the SCL officials scrambling for the rule book to determine the winners, in scenes which are likely to be mirrored after the general election on May 8.

Harry and Ile drew 0-0 in their clash, but Ile progressed with a better error rate during the group stage.

Duarte and Jayna also drew 0-0, with Jayna's almost flawless record through the competition securing her a place in the final four.

In the last quarter final, Sean overcame Georgia 1-2.

The draw for the semi final is as follows:

Hsin-Yi v Sean

Ile v Jayna

The date of the final will be determined by Margaret...

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