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REFORMERS THRIVE, GALAXY FALLS TO BRAVES - May 24, 2016


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Reformers of Prisons made a perfect comeback following a 22-28 loss to Galaxy Ladies by beating Navy 51-43 in Week Three of the Accra Basketball League (ABL). The game which played at the Lebanon House in Tudu in Ghana's capital, Accra, had Reformers head into the third quarter with a 22-17 lead. Navy threatened to erase the deficit with a strong showing in the opening minutes as Point Guard Marian Mensah scored successive layups. Navy's run was halted with the introduction of Promise Ofori and Elizabeth Atobrah as the pair combined for the team's 29 points in the second half.
The final game of the day had Braves of Customs take on Galaxy with both teams registering no loss in the league thus far. Braves started out slowly as the team found it difficult to compete with the taller Galaxy side and unsurprisingly fell 6-11 in the first quarter. Galaxy's Naa Shika Moffat had a field day gobbling rebounds. The introduction of bigs Gloria Gyampoh and Matilda Gordon changed the scope of the game as Braves began to find more joy and points in the post. Gordon and Gyampoh's strong post attracted lots of attention from Galaxy who in turn got punished on the perimeter by Braves Guards Grace Doe and Afia Agyeman.
Braves will take on Navy as Galaxy play University of Ghana in what will be the latter's debut game in the season.   



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Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) have qualified to the quarterfinals of the UPAC Basketball Championship after topping Zone G and Zone F of the sought after tertiary event in Ghana. KNUST topped Zone G by beating Ghana Technology University College (GTUC-Kumasi) 60-4 before delivering the zonal title with a 25-19 win over host Kumasi Technical University (KTU). UENR replicated KNUST's form in Zone G to clinc...   [read more]
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Midweek games in the Men's Division I and Women's Division of the Accra Basketball League produced some exciting matchups and equally exciting results. In the Men's Division, home side Tudu Magic lost its way and ultimately lost 52-59 to Fire Service on Wednesday March 22. For Fire, this was the side's maiden game of the season and they made it count on a winning note by beating a very good Magic side who were underwhelming in the tie. On the other hand, new boys Adenta Leopards won its...   [read more]
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