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Burma Camp avoids Kawanopado, draws Kwadaso

Burma Camp have been handed a tough draw in the 2012 Indomie Community Dunks.

The capital-based side find themselves in the group of ‘death’ after they were paired against Ashanti Regional champions Kwadaso, Accra-based James Town and Djejeano-Anafo from Cape Coast.

The high point in the group will be the battle that will ensue between Burma Camp and Kwadaso. The two teams were awesome in the qualifiers and that should set up a whet-throbbing appetite at the El-wak stadium.

Burma Camp will open their group A campaign with a game against James Town before they take on Kwadaso in an explosive contest. They will then wrap up their final group game against the highly unassuming Djejeano-Anafo.

Meanwhile Dansoman will not have it easy in pool B where they must negotiate ties against Kawanopado, Cantonments and Asokwa.

It looks like a straight fight between Dansoman and Kawanopado who showed amazing signs during the qualifiers.

The two will clash in the final group game and that should sum up an expected enthralling contest in the capital.

The winner of pool A will take on the runner up in pool B in their first semi-final while the winner in pool B will battle the runner up in pool A with the winners setting up the finals

Here are the full classified fixtures.


Burma Camp Cantonments
James Town Dansoman
Djejeano-Anafo Kawanopado
Kwadaso Asokwa



PAIRINGS – GROUP A                             

Burma Camp VRS James Town
Djejeano-Anafo VRS Kwadaso
  Kwadaso VRS Burma Camp
James Town VRS Djejeano-Anafo
Djejeano-Anafo VRS Burma Camp
James Town VRS Kwadaso



Cantonments VRS Dansoman
Kawanopado VRS Asokwa
Asokwa VRS Cantonments
Dansoman VRS Kawanopado
Kawanopado VRS Cantonments
Dansoman VRS Asokwa



Winner (A) Vrs Runner Up (B) Game A
Runner UP (A) Vrs Winner Up (B) Game B



Loser Game A Vrs Loser Game B



Winner Game A VRS Winner Game B


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