The Yellow Submarine were too hot to handle as they brushed aside Asokwa 26-16 to win the epic final in front of a packed and enthusiastic crowd at the Anglican Senior High School.
The competition which was first held in the Garden City for the time saw was an amazing turn out with an equally incredible high level of competition from the Under-15 players.
The one-day basketball fiesta was never bereft of the major ingredients as its produced suspense, anxiety, revenge, rivalry, anguish, disenchantments and excitements.
It was nail-bitting contest from the beginning as Asokwa Lakers started on a blistering fashion fending off competition from Asem to win 26-15 before Supreme Toase accounted for Boakrom 15-12 in the opening fixtures to send the place agog.
But at the end of a grueling round-robin format in a two-group face-off, Asokwa beat Toase in a caged semi-final contest, winning 28-20 before Kwadwaso walked straight into the finals after their opponent, Kofrom were disqualified for fielding two unqualified players.
They were made to pay a heavy price for fielding two over-aged players who were also not members of their squad in their semi-final contest.
In the final game, Kwadaso showed class and pure ingenuity coupled with tough mental aptitude to outshine their opponent who looked lethargic and out of sort.
In the final anaylsis kwadaso reigned supreme and etched their name in the history folkore as they became the first community in the Ashanti Region to win the coveted Indomie Community Dunks.
The two-finalist will represent the region in the finals on September 1 at the El-Wak stadium in Accra.
The game was witnessed by a huge crowd as they chanted and sang to support their respective teams as the young kids exhibited incredible quality and power play.