Mr Afari says the performance of the teams bear ample testimony that the revolution to take basketball in the country to the highest level is right on course.
Sixteen schools produced an electryfing display of great basketball artistry at the basic level at the El-Wak stadium on Saturday March 20 and 27th
In the end, it was tagged as a hugely successful championship which brought the best out of the young ones. Many talents were identified and they have being described as the ones for the future.
Rite Multimedia, which is leaders in basketball development and promotion in Ghana, has brought back the enthusiam and interest of the game which had being lost for years.
The young and affable enteprenuer whose brainchild the country seems to be enjoying the renaissance of the game in the West African country reckons the country will yield the positive results in due course.
‘If you take a look at what took place it tells you that we are right on course and the revolution we talked about is finding it feet in the country.’ Afari told basketballghana.com
‘The catch them young syndrome is still on and these kids exhibited tremendous talents in that if we groom them well, trust me the sky will be the limit for these young talents.’
‘We are still committed to promote the game and we only thank great corporate organisations like Nestle Milo and others who made the competition highly successful. Without these companies supporting us we would not have come this far’.
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.