The Vice –Chairman of the Ghana Basketball Association(GBBA), Benjamin Baafi, is upbeat about the success of basketball in the country after he witnessed the finals of the U-14 2010 Milo Junior Ball Championship on Saturday.
The much-talked about final showdown of the Milo Junior Ball came to a successful end at the citadel of basketball in Ghana where Cape Coast based Hoops Care International won the championship for the first time in the competition’s rich history.
According to Baafi he was impressed with the talents on display and believes the country is on the right path to achieve success in no time.
‘If you take a look at what we have seen here today, I have no doubt in my mind that the game has a great future in the country.’ Baafi told basketballghana.com
‘We as an association will not relent in our effort to promote the game and support organizations like Rite Multimedia in helping to develop and promote the game from the grassroots.’
Milo Junior Ball 2010 was sponsored by MILO – the energy food drink of future champions with support from Indomie – tastes great, Fan Milk, Voltic, GTV and Joy FM and produced by Rite Multimedia, leaders in basketball development in Ghana.