Ashaiman will seek to qualify from their zone that also comprises Tema and Sakumono at the Kaiza court, Tema next month.
Ahadzi has been at the helm of affairs of the side for the past two years and despite his inability to guide them to success, he remains optimistic he has enough quality to end the trophy drought.
‘We have played in the past two editions and I am very hopeful this year will bring good news to us’. Ahadzi told BASKETBALLghana.com
‘We know the pedigree of our opponent and we respect them. But this is a competition which has produced surprises in the past and so we won’t be intimidated by their presence’.
‘We’ll also fight to the end and attempt to qualify first from the zone and then we set our eyes on the ultimate’.
The 2011 edition of the Under-18 basketball championship promises to produce thrills and drills at the three designated centres for the qualifiers.
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