Panthers and Magic are among the key sides in action on Wednesday afternoon in the 2010 edition of the Thome Cabalan Championship in Ghana’s capital, Accra.

The second day of the competition will be keenly fought following Tuesday’s peerless displays in the opening day fixtures.

Magic should be feeling home sick after the Greater series ended some weeks ago. Their fans are expected to fill the seat at the Lebanon house in Tudu to offer some unwavering support when they take on Fire Service in their group’s opener on Wednesday.

It is billed to be a de ja vu feeling for coach Francis Wilson who will be keen to put his disappointment in the series behind him and get a silverware for the suffering home fans.

They have watched for the past ten years as CEPS keep on sweeping the titles from their noses year after year and the former coach of Social Advance and Kinbu Senior high has set his eyes on ending the title draught of his side.

The second game in the male’s division will see Panthers square off against the Police Service. This fixture is a match of equals as both sides put up averaged performances in the series.

By: Patrick Akoto


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