The games will be played at the recently built edifice in the region’s capital with a host of renowned names aiming to launch a new challenge.
The Stadium has two courts which will be used simultaneously to handle games in both boys and girls divisions respectively.
Just like in last year’s regional competition, the venue offers players better facilities with the playing surface and rim in very good condition ahead of the games.
Heavyweights St. Augustine’s College, Mfantsipim School and Adisadel College headline the list of schools set to compete in the male division.
Reigning Champions Wesley Girls High School start the journey to its title defense with ties against former winners Aggrey Memorial Mount Zion High School lined up.
The renowned Sprite Ball Championship which doubles as Ghana’s National High School Basketball Championship is set to commence in January, 2018 with Ashanti Region male division representative Opoku Ware School in line to defend its male division title.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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