He made the statement in an interview on renowned basketball television show “Courtside” on Ghana channel Kwese Free Sports over the weekend.
This year’s competition is set to take place in early March and have over 30 tertiary institutions feature in the West African country’s toughest tournament for tertiary institutions.
After falling 21-45 to University of Ghana (UG) in last year’s final game, Marshalls are poised to make amends for the loss.
“We were second last year and this year, we are coming for the title this year that’s it” the charismatic young trainer said.
Despite a steady rise in the UPAC ranks placing fourth and second in previous editions, Marshalls is yet to win the title.
Marshalls has however dominated the Private Universities Sports Association Games (PUSAG) Basketball field winning back to back titles in 2016 and 2017.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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