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Maha eats humble pie

Raymond Maha has admitted for the first time that his opposite number was technically superior after Garriosn basic missed the boat at last weekend’s Milo Junior Ball Championship.

Maha was livid with officiating and claimed  among others that the match referees were getting most of their calls wrong and it was evident from the baseline that the young coach had to learn the basic rudiment of the game.

The Burma camp based side were beaten 18-25 in a highly entertaining game at the El-wak stadium.

In a rather swift u-turn, the former player of Catonment has claimed in an excluisve interview with basketballghana.com that Hoops were tactically better than his charges.

‘I don’t want to comment on officiating again, but to tell you the truth the small boys from Cape Coast were better than us on the day’

‘They were quick on the ball and anytime they move on the offensive, you are sure they will get the goals- that was something missing in our game.’

‘My boys were good but they were slow in their build up and allow the Hoops guys to run at them anytime they felt like it. They controlled the game and I will say that tactically and technically they got their spot on.’

‘They derseve to win even though I still have my reservations about some of the calls by the two referees.’

Milo Junior Ball 2010 was sponsored by MILO – the energy food drink of future champions with support from Indomie, Fan Milk, Voltic, GTV and Joy FM and produced by Rite Multimedia, leaders in basketball development in Ghana.

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