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WHAT DOES B.A SCHOOLS BRING ON BOARD?

You may end up eating humble pie if you underestimate the prospect of schools in the Brong Ahafo region as they make their much anticipated debut appearance in the prestigious basketball championship.

And that why I will not be in a haste to brush aside their ability to sell a good game on Friday at the Sunyani Senior high School.

From all indications and from what I’ve managed to gather over the past few weeks, the Brong Ahafo region has harnessed some really great basketball talent over the years and they will be keen to continue in that positive track as sixteen schools gather their loins for the 2010 Sprite Ball Championship.  

I vividly remember the level of play of schools in the Volta, Western and Ashanti regions especially when they took part in the competition for the first time. Their display was particularly not first-rate. It could best be described as a somewhat mushrooming performance from the young players as they exhibited skills to their best of their abilities.

Clearly they lacked some basic seeds of the game and rightly so because they were playing at a ‘higher’ platform and therefore they need to raise the bar. They showcased some trait of brilliance on the court even though they didn’t score full marks.

But two years down the line and I will be almost safe to say that they’ve become a force to reckon with where they’ve shown so much promise and dexterity on the court- earning rave reviews on the local media. The dream to develop and promote the game has given credence to the fact that hard work pays.

That’s why I will not be even be tempted to question the ability of schools like  Twene Amanfo Technical, St James Seminary, Berekum Presby Senior High, Dormaa Senior High, Wenchi and Techiman senior high among others that are expected to participate in the championship on Friday.

We’ll need to keep our finger cross and wait to find out what happens at the Sunyani Senior High basketball court on Friday.

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6 comments

  1. I LOVE THE SUSEC SPIRIT THEY DO SAME FOR THE GA GAMES .

  2. I DON’T BELIEVE THE IS A TEAM IN A.B WHO CAN BEAT SUSEC WHEN IT COMES TO BASKETBALL WHEN BOYS LIKE HAGGES,B.CLEAN,NATHAN,TEH,FAKE,EOD,ANANSE N CO.

  3. Adjei Atta Bernard(2 science 2 TESS)

    SUPER TESS, PLEASE FIGHT TILL THE COURT BECOME ANGRY WITH U.

  4. Adjei Atta Bernard(2 science 2 TESS)

    SUPER TESS, PLEASE FIGHT TILL THE COURT BECOME ANGRY WITH U.(DE-LOVE, LISA)

  5. ANANE CHRISTOPHER JUSTICE

    I am DR. Anane Christopher Justice, a product of Sunyani Secondary School SUSEC 2001-2004. I was the ASSIST.GENERAL OVERSEAR and SDA church organizor. I cherish my school because it made me who i am today. I thank such masters like Mr. Joseph Awuah, Mr. Danqua, Mr. Agyengo and the rest. For entertainment dont leave SUSEC when talking about basketball. Long live SUSEC ! Long live Ghana! 0547840431 DR. CHRISTOPHER

  6. ANANE CHRISTOPHER JUSTICE

    Susec is a great school to attend we know how to play all forms of sports than any school in ghana – Anane Christopher Justice CO-2001-2004 (3Arts 3 class captain)

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