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Standout Guard Benjamin Debrah to play for Marshalls University in UPAC 2018

Debrah
Marshalls won the 2017 PUSAG just days earlier.
Marshalls (black) won a hard fought game against KNUST.
Marshalls David Asingar in action against Accra Technical University in the UPAC.
After playing in the Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges (UPAC) Basketball Championship for University of Education-Winneba (UEW), Shooting Guard Benjamin Debrah will compete for Marshalls University College in this year’s edition.

The former Oda Senior High School sensation who plays for Ghana Police enrolled at Marshalls after graduating from UEW a few years back.

During his time in Winneba, the team missed out on winning the UPAC title after falling to Accra Technical University in the finals.

Debrah was enlisted to play in last year’s Championship but couldn’t do so since he didn’t play in the preliminary stages.

Marshalls rode all the way to the final game but lost 21-45 and were thoroughly outplayed by winners University of Ghana (UG).

However, Debrah is set to play for Marshalls this year as it attempts to go a step further than it managed last season.

Marshalls have been placed in Zone 7 alongside Islamic University and Ghana Technology University Colleges respectively and University of Professional Studies (UPSA).

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter

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2 comments

  1. It’s going to be an exciting championship but I tip #Marshalls University winning this year finals.sky can bring a W to Marshalls as LeBron brought one to cavaliers

  2. How many times has Marshalls gone to the finals ? I think they will b a contender again bit if they win am falling for Skywalker…I love he’s beard on set yesterday and I think he’s cute 😘

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