Enan in action against Nigeria. Photo Courtesy FIBA.com
Ivory Coast Photo Courtesy: FIBA.com
After starring in the 2017 African Nations Championship (AfroBasket), Ivory Coast Center Romeo Wilfred Enan has opined hard workers get rewarded for their efforts.

The 6 foot 10 inch defender made the statement in an exclusive interview with Basketballghana.com following his exploits with Ivory Coast in the just ended competition.

Despite crashing out of the competition in the preliminary stage, the 2015 Ghana Basketball Awards Tertiary Player of the Year winner expressed his excitement on earning his first call up to the national team.

“It s been a great experience for me, being part of the National Team after a long period away from my country. It shows that hard work is always rewarded” he said.

Enan registered seven points and 4.7 rebounds in 15 minutes in three games played at the competition co hosted by Senegal and Tunisia.

Tunisia won the competition for the second time by beating 2015 winners Nigeria in the final game with Senegal coming second.

After playing for Accra Technical University and Accra Basketball League outfit Braves of Customs, Enan moved to Nigeria to join Kwara Falcons.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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