James Town, Dansoman, Adabraka and Labadi have been paired in group A while Burma camp, Ridge, Cantonment and Nima-Maamobi are housed in group B.
The three-week fixture will see four communities qualifying for the grand-finale at the El-Wak stadium on September 1.
Conspicuously missing will be defending champions Kaneshie, who have pulled out of the competition due to their inability to raise an under-15 team.
That situation means, a new champion will surely emerged at the CYCC court at Nima on Saturday August 4.
Enthusiasm is building up ahead of the fourth edition of the competition with old guards like Cantonment, Dansoman, Burma Camp and Ridge touted as the favourite for the title.
Last week, Kwadaso and Asokwa negotiated their qualification to the grand-finale after emerging as winners and first runners up respectively.
Kwadaso beat their counterpart in a close affair at the Kumasi Anglican Senior High school court to book their seat in Accra.