Warriors accounted for Yotive on Friday at the Prisons court on Friday and sent a strong signal as one of the front runners for the title this season.
Despite some few comedy of errors in their game against Yotive, the Nima based side showed enough firepower and zeal to prevail over their opponent 63-39 in a highly entertained game.
Warriors are currently placed fourth on the league table and their technical brain wants the team to keep their focus.
‘We are beginning to play like we are known for and it is important we keep our spotlight on winning the rest of our matches’. Solomon told basketballghana.com
‘We know the race is not for the weak but for the swift and that is why we will keep a winning mentality and attitude as the league surge on’.
‘There are crucial matches for us in the coming weeks and we are ready to face any side in this year’s league. We have shown so far that we cannot be pushovers and the rest of the matches will underline our title credentials’.
Two key matches take centre stage on Wednesday as the league swings into serious momentum.
League leaders Customs Exercise and Preventive Service (CEPS) battle bottom placed Turbo Jets while Cape Coast based Hoops tackle Lions in the second game of the day.
Both Hoops and CEPS are yet to lose grounds in the league after seven rounds of matches.