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Garrison International conquer two schools

Garrison International School showed glimpses of what to expect when they triumphed in a three-school friendly as part of preparations for this weekend’s much awaited Milo Junior Ball competition.

The Burma camp based school exhibited great basketball artistry to beat Air Force school 15-12 and Services basic school 16-15 at the supply court at Burma camp on Friday.

The three schools were finding tune ahead of Saturday’s big showdown at the El-wak stadium and the match served as a unique opportunity for the coaches to assess the strength and weakness of their respective teams.

It was obvious from Friday’s encounter that Garrison possess most qualities and will be a delight to watch on March 20 at the citadel of basketball in the nation’s capital.

The much–talked about and high-status Junior Ball competition among the Junior High Schools take centre stage this weekend with lot of expectations and promise.

The battle for supremacy and revenge will play the cardinal point when thousands of fans troop to the venue on Saturday.

Defending champions Great Lamptey Mills has remained quite as far preparation is concern but will be serious contenders for their second title in the season-two of the JBC.

Over 16 basic schools are taken part in the one-day tournament at the El-Wak stadium where there will be other interesting activities like face painting, bouncy castle, lucky dips, dancing and singing competition among others.

There will also be plenty to eat and drink.

The 2010 Milo Junior Ball competition is brought to you by Milo- the energy food drink for future champions and supported by Voltic Mineral water, Indomie Noodle, Fan Milk and DDP. Media partners Joy FM and GTV.

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