Braimah Lawah has charged youngsters in the West African country to be discipline and focus as they continue their quest to be superstars.

Speaking at the first ever screening exercise of the U-18 players ahead of the 2010 edition of Community Dunks on Tuesday evening, the man who also doubles as the head coach of top division side CEPS admonished the players to cease the opportunity and make the best count.

He said the platform been offered to them was so huge that it will be suicidal on their part to take it for granted.

‘This is one hell of an opportunity that most of your seniors didn’t get at your age and so make sure you make the best out of it’. Lawah told the players after the completion of the screening exercise at the Prisons Court, Accra

‘Those of you who will distinguish themselves will graduate into the level and that is when your dream will eventually be realized. It is imperative you offer the best form of respect to your coaches and managers so you will be given the chance to showcase your talents.

He added:’ You’re fortunate these matches will be shown on TV which is a great platform to sell yourself to the rest of the world and be counted among the best in the country. You will never know where your break though will come’. he quizzed.

Over ninety (90) players underwent a rigorous screening exercise at the Prisons Court on Tuesday to select the right age band of the players before the competition gets underway at the University of Ghana basketball court beginning September 11, 2010.

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By: Patrick Akoto

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