The ever-smiling administrator witnessed at first hand the grand finale of the 2012 Indomie Community Dunks at the centre court of the El-Wak stadium.
The eight participating team gave out some hope for the future after they impressed heavily in the capital.
Kawanopado, Kwadaso, Burma Camp and Dansoman were a delight to watch as they sold out an exciting performance to the crowd.
The likes of Djejeano-Anafo, Asokwa, James Town and Cantonments also acquainted themselves with some decent displays.
In the end Cape Coast-based Kawanopado reigned supreme beating Kwadaso in a neck -to- neck final to clinch the ultimate diadem.
In spite of the well-noted deficiencies from some of the teams, the Greater Accra second-in-command says the country has a lot to be proud about.
“The agenda is big and I believe we are on course. Don’t forget these are under-15 boys and naturally you expect them to make mistakes,” Amenyo said
“Notwithstanding I believe we have the talents in abundance and we will continue to encourage and give them support.
“They have the desire and the drive and those positive attributes will prove consequential in their quest to become stars.
“I will advise them to take their training seriously and listen to their coaches. With that positive approach to the game, the sky will be the limit for them.”
He added: It is painful that things did not well with some of the team but they should have something to savour because the future is bright for me.”