The 27-year-old tactician is building up a strong side for their debut season in the prestigious championship which takes centre stage on March 7.
The championship is taking place in three regions for the first time to give it a gradual national appeal.
The Alajo-based school have confirmed their participation in the one-day championship at the Aviation Social Centre and have been trimming the rough edges ahead of the much-awaited season-3 of the competition.
Expectations have reached an epoch stage with teams in the three regions getting ready for the national event.
The competition in the Nation’s capital will be fiercely contested with powerhouses Ghana International School, Lincoln Community and last year’s bridesmaid Garrison Preparatory and JHS been rated among the major contenders for the title.
Others like St Johns, Ghana Lebanon and Islamic School (GLISS), Kalvary International, Base Workshop and 37 Military Preparatory and Junior High School.
The debutant have been shaping their form with series of back to back friendly matches against Lincoln Community and coach Baako is buoyant of his side’s chances against some of the crack sides in the competition.
‘This is a very important championship for us and we’re proud to be taking part this year. We’ve been looking forward to it and I’m convinced we’ll give off our best. We appreciate the quality of opposition that we’ll face especially when some of the schools have garnered enough experience over the past few years, but r we won’t be pushovers’. Baako said
‘The preparations have been going well for us and I’m thrilled with the level of the enthusiasm of the young players who are so keen to make a name for themselves and the school. We’re coming with vim and vigour and we’ll do our best like I said’.
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