Opoku Ware won the boys division at the Sprite Ball Championship.
OWASS (white) beat Mfantsipim.

OWASS Harris gathers rebound in Sprite Ball final

Emmanuel Agyapong was phenomenal in OWASS’ win.
Reigning Sprite Ball Male Champions Opoku Ware School (OWASS) begins life to another title on November 3 in Kumasi during the Ashanti Regional qualifiers.

The celebrated competition weeks away from tip off and schools in the Ashanti Region have been preparing for the upcoming tournament with qualifiers due for the start of the weekend.

In the boys division, OWASS is up against arch rival Prempeh College, Kumasi Anglican Senior High School (KASS) and Kumasi High School.

Toase Senior High School, T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Armed Forces and Islamic Senior High School complete the list of teams in the category; OWASS double as the defending regional champs.

Half a dozen teams will represent schools competing in the girl’s category with the likes of St.Louis Girls Senior High School and Islamic Senior High School competing.

Two time national champions T.I. Ahmadiyya, Toase, KASS and Kumasi Wesley Girls High School will feature inthe one day event to select representatives for the region.

Defending regional champions and first runners up Kumasi Girls High School and Armed Forces Senior High School complete the team list.

OWASS earned its first ever national high school title after beating record winners Mfantsipim School 27-25 on December 30, 2016.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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