In a routine match-up, K’ Poly dominated from the blast of the whistle, enjoying their play with high-pressing display in front of a loud crowd.
Youngster Brandon Tetteh Nyom, who was introduced into the game in the third quarter did not disappoint after he showed flashes of brilliance.
The cheering home crowd have their wish – a must-or-break affair with KNUST in the final game.
With KNUST expected to cruise past Ghana Technology in their second game, the dice is cast for the two giants to stake a claim for the single qualification slot available in the region.
The 2016 UPAC Championship is headlined by Rexona, supported by MTN, CAL Bank and Fanyogo in partnership with Basketballghana.com, TV3, YFM and Ghana Sports Newspaper.