With zone one of season-3 of Indomie Community Dunks done and dusted, attention will be shifted to the Kaiza court, Tema Community 4, where three communities in the Tema metropolis will slug it out for qualification into the knockout phase.
Host Tema will engage neighbours Ashaiman and late entrant Maamobi –Nima for a round robin display to select the first two teams to represent their zone at the quarter-final stage.
Sunday September 4 will be the date for the three experienced coaches to showcase their talents to the crazy basketball world as they battle for honours and pride.
What makes it more intriguing is the fact that the coaches know the terrain and the intricacies of the game and will be wary of the threat their opponent may pose. There won’t be room for underdogs because an attempt to underestimate the ability of any of the team will be done at one’s own peril.
The team underwent a vigorous screening exercise at the venue on Tuesday following the decision of the organizers to reduce the long-age trouble of age-cheating in the game.
Already Dansoman produced a five-star performance, spearheaded by shooting forward Joel to triumph in zone one last week Saturday at the centre court of the International Central Gospel Church by deflating the egos of defending champions Kaneshie and whipping boys James Town.
The battle lines have been drawn and tacticians Raphael Ahadzi, Emmanuel Quaye, popularly referred to as ‘Rubberman’ and Abeiku Sagoe will be keen to underline their credentials and safeguard their records in the competition.
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