The team progresses to the first round of the knockout stage despite losing 13-16 to Keta due to a technical ruling.
In the aftermath of the ruling, Keta’s spot goes to Mfantsipim who have a chance to win its fourth championship title after clinching four in previous editions.
The School gets a second life line after National Physical Education Coordinators at Ghana’s Education Service passed the ruling.
Record winners of the Championship, Mfantsipim will feature in the knockout phase of this year’s edition which takes place on Saturday January 6 at the El Wak Stadium in Accra.
Mfantsipim takes on Group B winners Prempeh College in the quarterfinals with a place in the semifinals available to either team.
Prempeh is unbeaten in the competition with three wins in as many games following wins over KSTS and St, Thomas Aquinas in Group B.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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