Opoku Ware School (OWASS) and Kumasi Girls Senior High School (KGEE) will have their hands full as they attempt to repeat as Ashanti Region champions at this year’s competition.
The competition takes later today at OWASS court where 16 schools in the male and female categories in all are set to battle slots at the main competition in Ghana’s capital Accra.
OWASS will have to get past Prempeh College, Kumasi Anglican Senior High School, Kumasi High School, Toase Senior High School, T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Armed Forces Senior High School and Islamic Senior High School.
KGEE is up against St. Louis, Islamic, T.I. Ahmadiyya, Toase, Kumasi Wesley Girls and Armed Forces Senior High School respectively.
KGEE and OWASS triumphed in last year’s event before replicating such performance on the national stage.
While KGEE made the finals, the team placed second falling to Cape-Coast Wesley Girls; in the male division OWASS triumphed after beating Mfantsipim School to even out the series between Ashanti and Central Region in the finals.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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