TI AMASS (yellow shorts) piped Ahantaman 15-11 at the last edition earlier this year.
T.I.AMASS dejected after the loss.

T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School will not compete at the next Sprite Ball Championship to be held early next year at the El Wak-Stadium in Ghana’s capital, Accra per reports reaching Basketballghana.com

Ghana’s biggest hoops portal gathers the two time winners missed out on the top two spots in the zonal qualifiers automatically eliminating them from a spot in the next games.

Kumasi Wesley Girls High School and Tepa Senior High School secured the top spots in the girls division at the expense of T.I. Ahmadiyya.

The two schools will be in action on Friday, November 9 for the regional qualifiers where the likes of St. Louis Senior High School will compete.

Defending national and regional champions Kumasi Girls High School have qualified to defend the regional title with eyes set on retaining the national crown.

T.I Ahmadiyya won back to back titles in 2014 and 2015 in a dominant era for the school but has failed to recapture that spark as Kumasi Girls have taken the number one spot.

Sprite Ball is the biggest high school basketball tournament in Ghana.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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