Former Armed Forces captain Charles Annan hailed the quality of play at the 2014 Sprite Ball Championship.

Twenty-four schools from six regions took part in the two-day super championship at the El-Wak stadium and really lived up to expectations.

At the end of a grueling contest in the capital, new stars emerge while familiar old foes were made to sweat for points.

Players at the boy’s level especially displayed improved performances –to highlight the many budding talents literary scattered across the country.

all star 3Former Armed Forces captain, Charles Annan, who won the title with the Accra-based school in 2009, was thrilled with the number of potentials in the West African country.

“I have been impressed with the level of play. I must say that a number of players are coming out of the blocks and that’s exciting,” Annan told

“There is always room for improvements for these up-and-coming players but I must admit I was enthused with the level of enthusiasm and play from these hungry-looking players.”

Annan was member of the Green Team that played in the All-Star game during the championship on January 11.


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