The second round of the Accra Basketball League (ABL) Women’s Division will commence later today at the Prisons Court in Cantonments as Reformers of Prisons takes on Air Force. Galaxy takes on Fire Service in the final game of the day at 16:00 GM.
Reformers has been on a bad run in recent games in the league following a bright start to the 2016 season. The team’s inconsistency is a major flaw which has condemned the side to a losing record having lost three games in five played thus far in the season.
In its 43-56 loss to defending champions Braves of Customs, Reformers lack of presence on the boards and contesting shots was exposed by Braves quicker and aggressive bigs Matilda Gordon and Gloria Gyampoh.
Reformers has lost on so many battles in the painted area on both ends of the court in previous encounters. Against Air Force, the task will be much harder as the latter has its sights set on returning to the league’s summit. Air Force showed much growth in their splendid win over Galaxy as they played without team leader and Point Guard Annabel Dsane.
Closing out the first round, home fans suffered bad losses and will be riding on the playing contingent to turn it around.