EX-Warrant Officer 1, Joseph Ayizangah, wants positive approach against Maamobi CYCC on Saturday despite their high-flying start in season -2 of Community Dunks.

Teshie –Nungua produced a surprised performance to beat defending champions Cantonment on match day 1 at the University of Ghana basketball court last weekend- instantly making them one of the dark horses of this year’s competition.

As a result much will be expected of the debutants when they tackle Maamobi CYCC in Saturday’s first game at the same venue.

But coach Ayizangah is refusing to be drawn into the discussion as to whether what it has to crack it in their maiden appearance in the most prestigious basketball competition amongst communities in the Greater Accra region.

He insists they will take a game at a time and warns his charges to guard against complacency.

‘We may have won our first game against tournament favourite Cantonment but that won’t be enough to say we will win the championship.’ Ayizangah told basketballghana.com

‘This was the first match for all teams and so it was clear most teams were lethargic. But after the first round of matches they’re now going to get into championship mould and so the rest of the matches will be key for all teams’.

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By: Patrick Akoto

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