University of Energy and Natural Resources basketball team captain Ben Quarshie is of the unwavering belief that his would not be mere participants at the 2016 Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges (UPAC) Basketball Championship.
The 2016 UPAC Championship is headlined by Rexona and will feature 28 tertiary institutions compete for Ghana’s biggest tertiary basketball competition between March 5 and April 16.
The charismatic leader made the comment when contacted by Basketballghana.com. He said:
“We are not coming to participate as other schools will be thinking. They should watch out.”
“Some challenges have been blending academics with training and also limited resources for training but we making the best of what we have” Quarshie responded when asked about the challenges his team is facing ahead of the championship.
UNER will look to qualify ahead of Catholic University College, Berekum College of Education and Sunyani Nurses Training College in Zone C to book a spot in the quarter final stage of the competition.
The Championship is supported by CAL Bank, MTN and Fanyogo in partnership with media outlets including TV3, Y FM and Basketballghana.com and Ghana Sports.