Prempeh Coach Agyei
Emmanuel Agyapong was phenomenal in OWASS’ win.
Opoku Ware won the boys division at the Sprite Ball Championship.
Prempeh College Head Coach Frank “Agoro Nana” Agyei is clearly in no mood to deal with criticisms aimed at his team.

After dispelling the notion his charges targeted Opoku Ware School (OWASS) Point Guard Emmanuel “Ghost” Agyapong, he has come out to tear down Ghost’s ability to beat his side single handedly.

Agyapong was injured in the second Ashanti Regional Qualifying Final between the schools on Monday November 6 at Toase Senior High School after the first game ended tied at 16 but overtime was abandoned due to poor visibility at Opoku Ware’s venue.

Speaking exclusively to, Agoro Nana stated his team planned to take down 2016’s Ashanti and Sprite Ball (National) Champions Opoku Ware and not Agyapong alone.

“The whole OWASS team was our target and not just a single player…No single player can beat Prempeh College” he boldly claimed.

Despite both teams sealing spots at the next edition of the Sprite Ball Championship, the winner is yet to be decided since two attempts in the past couple of days has proved futile. The second tie at Toase was rained off.

T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School will join the duo after clinching third place in the qualifiers.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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