They may have lost out in their quest to win the title, but fans of Koforidua Secondary Technical School (KSTS) stood tall among others to win Sprite fans’ of the tournament.
The pride of the east received an award for their hilarious chanting of songs and sheer passion displayed during the 2014 Sprite Ball championship at the El-Wak stadium in Accra.
They picked up the accolade above Keta Senior High whose fans also found their voices after winning the title in the capital.
For KSTS, it was a disappointing performance from the players but would take solace in the fact that they did not leave the venue empty-handed.
They went back to Koforidua with something to show for and for their hugely-affable sports master Eric Larbie, it was worth it.
“We are obviously disappointed because we had so much hope this year but unfortunately we could not win the title,” he said
“But we’ll take consolation in the fact that the cheering of our supporters won them an award.
“This obviously was not the kind of prize we were looking forward to but it’s better than none.
“We’ll go back to the drawing board and correct our mistakes and I believe next year will be a different story.”
KSTS could only make the quarter-finals after losing to eventual winners Ketasco in front of a packed crowd.