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Takoradi knocks ACCRA Technical University off Ghatusa Games perch - 2 months ago
Accra Technical University (ATU) Women's Basketball Team's reign atop the Ghana Technical Universities / Polytechnics Sports Association (GHATUSA) Games has ended. Takoradi Technical University (TTU) ended ATU's reign earlier this morning at the latter's Court in Tudu thanks to a 21-19 win. In the first of two showdown games in the finals between the two institutions in the Male and Female Basketball Finals, TTU ended victors in the Women's Division after a closely contested matchup. By...   [read more]
2019 Sprite Ball MVP sets sights on WNBA - 3 months ago
Most Valuable Player Award winner of the 2019 Sprite Ball Championship Girls Division Abigail Gyamfi has stated her ambitions to play at the highest level. In an interview on Kumasi-based Angel FM's 'DS Sports program, the soft spoken player revealed she has the grand ambition to play in the WNBA-Women's National Basketball Association. Gyamfi won the coveted MVP Award in the just ended Sprite Ball Championship that had Kumasi Girls Senior High School successfully defend its 2018 title   [read more]
Kumasi girls overcome extreme odds again to clinch second title - 3 months ago
For the second time in two years, Kumasi Girls Senior High School has emerged victorious in the Girls Division of the Sprite Ball Championship. The 2019 edition of the celebrated Championship ended earlier today with Kumasi Girls retaining its title after beating Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School 22-14 in the final. Despite taking a huge 11-0 lead, Kumasi Girls were made to work for the win as Mfantsiman battled hard to trail 6-11 at the end of the first half. Another big run from the S...   [read more]


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