Selected schools in the Greater Accra, Eastern and Central regions will get the opportunity to exhibit their talents in a competition that has gained massive grounds in the West African country.
The Ghana Secondary and Technical School (G.S.T.S) will host the over fifteen schools that will participate in their maiden season in the competition.
News of the competition taking place in the region for the first time has spread like wild fire with schools jostling for places in the one-day competition that will take place on February 25, 2011.
The next train will then move to the home of the defending champions Hoops Care International at Cape Coast before schools in the Nation’capital takes their turn.
Hoops put up a peerless display to annex the trophy in their first attempt at the El-Wak stadium.
But the 2010 Most Valuable Player at the championship, Benjamin Sagoe will not be available for selection after completing his basic education at the school last year. He was part of the Aggrey Memorial Zion A.M.E Zion Senior High that participated in the 2010 Sprite Ball Championship.
Nestle Milo who are the title sponsors of the competition are keen to help in developing the burgeoning talents of these players to realize their long-cheersih dream of creating a career avenue out of the game in Ghana.
The 2011 Junior Ball Championship (JBC) is sponsored by Nestle Milo