With the first half of the League’s Men’s Division I, the meeting is set to tackle crucial matters regarding the progress of the league.
One of such key areas to address would be the use of a shot clock which has been absent throughout the first round of the season.
The absence of the shot clock has caused many team personnel to complain stating its overuse has hampered offensive development in the league.
The seven team league of the 2017 season will be required to adjust to this new change when the league recommences on May 17.
Defending Champions Braves of Customs leads the division standings with 11 points and only ahead of rivals Tema Youth on goal difference.
However, games continue in the Women’s Division and the latest round of fixtures has been tabbed to be played on May 4 at the same venue.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter