Lawer, a former player himself who run commentary on the games, was blown away by the lads from Kumasi as they scaled through the rounds only to fall at the semifinals in controversial fashion.
Speaking to Basketballghana.com, he said:
“I’ve seen the boys mature into good IQ players and considering the players left on the team, I strongly believe they’ll be a force to reckon with next year”.
Unsurprisingly two players from Opoku Ware’s team Point Guard Emmanuel opare and Small Forward Emmanuel “Ghost” Agyapong made his top five players in the tournament.
Opoku Ware School placed fourth following an emotionally bereft third place match against Pope John’s Senior High. St. Augustine’s College