James Town will be aiming for the big shot at the centre court of the International Central Gospel Church on Saturday with eyes firmly gripped on qualification to the next phase of the competition.
He must first fend off competition from defending champions Kaneshie and high-flying Dansoman to cement his place at the quarter-final stage as he put the pieces together for the popular championship.
Coach Nii Aryee who also plays for the Custom Excise and Preventive Service team is adamant about their chances by insisting he has enough arsenals capable of negotiating their qualification into the next stage of the competition.
‘We’re not afraid of any team and I remain optimitic we’ll wipe them out’. a confident Aryee told BASKETBALLghana.com
‘This is basketball and there is no room for minnows and so any side that underate us will do so at their own peril. We wanr to qualify and the boys are determined to lift the flag of their community aloft and that’s a strong motivation’.
Coach Aryee was a key member of the Accra Polytechnic side that won the maiden edition of the Universities and Polytechnics (UPAC) games this year.