The El-Wak stadium will be the centre of attraction as thousands of crazy basketball fans gather to watch some of the country’s young and budding talent on display.
These are certainly interesting times for these players who’re keen to ensure they put a together solid performance that will clutter the imagination of people.
For these talents, the chance to win laurels for one’s schools will be a massive achievement that will be encrypted in the history of the school for generations to appreciate.
Preparations have reached an epoch stage and with nine days left for the ‘big-day’, fans await Ghana’s biggest basketball event.
The chips have fallen in place and the likes of Mfantsipim, Armed Forces Technical, Ketasco, Opoku Ware and Sunyani Senior High are the overwhelming favourite for the title, but in a competition which continues to attract surprise packages, the possibility of one happening cannot be overruled.
There were many talents on shore during the regional qualifiers with Hilda Koranteng of Nkawkaw Senior High as one of the chief architect of a side that has dominated the girls division in the Eastern region.
She is affectionately called ‘Odo slim’ by her peers due to her stature, but the 15 –year-old captain of Sunyani Senior High produced and eye-catching display in the Brong Ahafo region. Her impressive performance never went unnoticed and she will be one of the players that will set the venue ablaze
The tough-talk has already begun as schools get set to assert dominance or avenge last year’s blues.
El-Wak stadium is bubbling up for action.
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