Catholic Jubilee School enjoyed a comfortable 12-2 victory over William De-Graft Preparatory and Junior High School in the opening match of the 2011 Milo Junior Ball in the Central region.
Star players Henry Ampiah and Kingsley Whyte combined effectively to produce a five-man performance to dismantle their opponent easily at the Hoops Care International basketball court on Friday.
Ampiah and Whyte who were members of the Hoops Care team that won the competition in 2010 showed enough firepower and team chemistry to record the easy win in front of a partisan crowd.
Clearly the performance from the two schools showed they’ve been massive improvement in their game and team spirit-setting the tone for what is expected to be a taciturn encounter.
The Second of the day has just seen Philip Quaque beat Mfantsipim Preparatory and Junior High School 11-6 in a highly charged encounter.
The next game will see Catholic Jubilee tackle George Ekem Ferguson in what is expected to be a keenly contested encounter.
The 2011 Milo Junior Ball Championship is brought to you by Nestle Milo – the energy food drink of future champions.
More to follow soon