spritelogoThe 2014 Sprite Ball Championship tip off in January and many sectors are hard at work to put on the best show possible.

Public and private schools spread across six regions will once again converge at the Aviation Social Centre to attempt to either be counted among the numbers or end up winning the ultimate diadem.

Even though the numbers are yet to be added up as some regions are yet to determine their qualifiers, it’s therefore a bit early to be talking about that since the tournament is two months away, but the usual heavyweights have been earmarked as the favorite heading into the extravaganza.

From amazing goals, scintillating blocks, great rebounds and moments of brilliance, anger despair, excitement and disappointment will be the major ingredients for the 28 participating schools.

Record-holders Mfantsipim as well as defending girls champions Aggrey Memorial will defend their crowns this term but there are uncertainty surrounding the other representatives from the Central Region.

St Augustines, Adisadel College as well as Wesley Girls are all in the frame to return to the big stage.

Sacred Hearts, Kinbu Secondary Technical and St Mary’s will represent the Greater Accra region with Tema Senior High with Presbyterian Boys School, St Thomas Aquinas and Labone Senior High expected to complete the pack.

Eastern regional heavyweights Pope John Secondary and Junior Seminary and Koforidua Secondary Technical School (KSTS) are back on the block as always Nkawkaw and others fight for a place in the finals.

Mawuli Senior High, Keta Senior High and Kadjebi Asatu are the recognized forces to represent the Volta Region.

The Ashanti region will have a new face in Kumasi Anglican Senior High School (KASS) who have earned qualification to the finals for the first time. Usual suspects and sworn rivals Prempeh College and Opoku Ware.

Yaa Asantewaa and TI Ahamdiya are the girl schools that will represent the Garden City.

There are no old foes from the Western Region as giants Ghana Secondary and Technical School (GSTS), St Johns and Shama Senior High will represent the oil city.

Two private schools Akosombo International School from the Eastern Region and Ghana Lebanon and Islamic School (GLISS) from the capital will complete the pack.


  1. i have been to the central region and witnessed their qualifiers…Adisadel College is as fine as any team going to be listed for the competition…
    i humbly but strongly predict Adisadel College the favorites.
    moreover,i don’t comprehend why defending champions were not seeded but rather added to the qualifiers…
    Rite-multimedia please do something about this….i hope my petitions will be given due consideration.
    am the college’s team manager
    thank you

  2. Who WanT The Ball AhisCo….Comin For Business No Joke U Are Gonna Kick Them All Out Pave WaY For The gaMe Rulers With The Lyks Of Bra Nii PDK FBI Manan RoNdo Snow MassLarrY RauP mOXter Nima BoY And Those Not To Be Mention Watch Out For Accra High School…


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