Marshalls University.
Pentecost and Central in action.

Central (red) and Wisconsin competed in the UPAC Zone E.

A large contingent from this year’s UPAC Basketball Championship is set to be in Cape-Coast to compete in the basketball event of this year’s Private Universities Sports Associations Games which starts on April 3 and ends on April 6.

Marshalls, All Nations, Ghana Technology, Central, Wisconsin, Pentecost, Catholic and KAAF University Colleges are expected at the Cape-Coast Stadium to compete in the three day event for honors; Marshalls won last year’s event.

All the teams mentioned above competed in the UPAC Championship preliminary round with varying success; Marshalls and All Nations have made it to the quarterfinals of the UPAC which gets underway at the University of Ghana (UG) on April 7.

Marshalls and All Nations have a day to rest before taking on opponents in the UPAC Championship.

Marshalls has been drawn in Group A alongside University of Cape-Coast (UCC), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and UG.

All Nations is Group B with Accra Technical University (ATU), University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) and University of Development Studies (UDS-Tamale).

However, Valley View will not compete at the PUSAG; the side competed in Zone B but lost out on a spot to All Nations.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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