have emerged as which school can dethrone Mfantsipim as the Kings of the game in the West African country.
The impressive performance of the Cape-Coast based school cannot go unnoticed after they pierced through another championship with cheeky ease, disposing off the threat of many to their second title in succession at the national level.
The kind of talents that was unleashed at the Aviation Social Centre is beginning to raise doubts as to when the dust will be brought to dawn on them, call off their bluff and ditch them from the top.
With three regional and two national titles under their belt in four years, there is no question the’re in for business and will prove a difficult nut to crack in future tournaments.
Few of their players will not be available for selection in the next edition, but the array of stars at their disposal makes it impossible to think that they may probably rule the game in Ghana for a couple of years.
Power Forward Edem Dumenu, Paul Adomako, Morgan and Hagan have done their bit in the past and should bow out of the competition with open pride and chest high after basking five titles in four years. That incredible feat by all standard and one that deserves a presidential recognition .
Tried s many have tried in the past to dislodge the oldest senior high school in Ghana, but many times have they been unsuccessful.
Head of the school Emmanuel Adjah should take the credit for his personal role in the interest that has been shown by the burgeoning talents over the past years.
With the best player at the 2011 edition of the Milo Junior Ball, Hussain Mohammed Abubakar in their fold, the sky can only be the limit for ‘Botwe’