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Capital Region top reps in Sprite Ball anniversary edition - Dec 14, 2016


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Home to Ghana's capital city Accra, the Greater Accra Region will present the most representatives (six) at the upcoming Sprite Ball Championship which takes place between December 28 and December 30 at the El Wak Stadium.

In all 26 schools will compete for honors at the West African nation's most prestigious and glamorous high school basketball event. 16 schools will play in the boys division and 10 schools will play in the girls division.

However, Greater Accra's representatives in the competition make up a quarter of the boys division with four schools set to play. 2008 Champions Presbyterian Boys Senior High School (PRESEC-Legon), PRESEC-Osu, Ghana Lebanon Islamic Senior High School and Sacred Heart Senior High School make up the list.

This will be Sacred Heart's first appearance in the tournament; its female side has been crowned champions on two occasions.

In the girls division, Accra Wesley Girls High School and debutant West Africa Senior High School are set to represent the region. In the ninth edition, then novices Accra Wesley Girls placed second.

The Western and Eastern Regions will feature the least number of teams as each region will present three teams each; two for boys and one for girls. Central Region, home to reigning champions St. Augustine's College and Aggrey Memorial Mount Zion (girls division), place second behind Accra with five teams.

  



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