When Akosombo International School confirmed their participation in their debut appearance in the Eastern regional Milo Junior Ball Championship, it was obvious there were going to be new faces.
Power forward Kwadwo Attafuah who featured prominently for one of the most revered schools in the country enjoyed some big games for the side at the one-day championship at the centre court of the Koforidua Secondary Technical School.
His passing, understanding of the game, sublime piece of skills and the character on the court was without doubt.
The level of experience that he’s garnered in his debut season will prove consequential in their quest to make a huge impact at the grand-finale in Accra on April 13.
One of the aims of Akosombo International is to improve offensively, a department they struggled in the final game against Roman Catholic Junior High School.
“We had a good tournament but just disappointed that we couldn’t win the ultimate,” Attafuah said
“It will be unfair to take all the praise from the fans because it was a collective display from the whole team.
“I believe it was it a momentarily loss of concentration that cost us the title. Nevertheless, we’re happy we managed to make the final cut and we’ll make an impact in Accra.
“We’re going back to the drawing board to prepare adequately for the next big thing and trust me we’ll be stronger this time around,
Please his name is Kwadwo Attafuah not Kojo
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