Ahead of the past two rounds, the team’s Male and Female sides informed league management of its inability to honour games due to a directive from the force’s top hierarchy.
As a result, neither team has featured in the league for a while nor it has affected their standings in the Men’s Division I and Women’s Division.
The Male side has played the fewest number of games (10) and ranks a spot the bottom spot in eighth place; Reformers have 12 points.
In the Women’s Division, Prisons rank third in the six team league after collecting four wins in seven games; like the male side, Reformers have played the least number of games (seven) same as Tudu Galaxy and Ghana Fire Service.
The Male side was scheduled to play Fire on Friday July 27 at the Lebanon House Court in Tudu and the female side was set to play Fire’s women’s team.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter