The Akosombo-based side school were simply awesome as they outclassed and outscored the giants of the West at the Aviation Social Centre.
Patrick Kobby Adjetey was the star man for Akwamuman with incisive passes and incredible three-pointers that got him many admirers on the court.
With qualification already sealed, Akwamuman has clearly shown they will be one of the tough sides to beat at the national finals in January.
The exuberant, tenacious point guard named Patrick Adjetey will be the player that can really hurt the ambitions of any team.
The 1.62m playmaker was wily and quick-lightning.
A right handed shooter, Adjetey has a tremendous impact on the team, though not one that suggested he could be among the best players in the competition.
He has left no doubt in people’s mind that he will be one of the big players on display for Akwamuman at the national final in Accra.
Game after game, the Ghana Under-18 star was mesmerizing.
He made a lot of big plays as Akwamuman went undefeated through the preliminary round.
They knocked off Kings College, Labone and Armed Forces.
Against Kumasi-based Kings College, Adjetey drilled a long three-pointer in the last seconds of overtime to give Akwamuman 35-32.
Akwamuman have qualified alongside GSTS and will play in the finals.
The likes of Achimota, Armed Forces, St Johns, Wesley Grammar, Ghana Lebanon and Islamic School (GLISS), Kings College and Aggrey Memorial could not make the final cut.