Afari (left) with National PE Coordinator Emmanuel Dormenyah.

Afari (left) with Akoto.
The much anticipated draw for this year’s Sprite Ball Championship was held during a live broadcast on the competition’s official page on Facebook.

12 schools in the Boys Division and eight schools in the Girls Division were drawn into various groups in Ghana’s biggest high school basketball competition.

The competition was graced by Ghana’s Education Service National Physical Education Coordinator Emmanuel Dormenyah.

The veteran Administrator participated in the process of filling slots in groups headlined by the top performing teams from last year’s competition.

Rite Sports -Sprite Ball organizers- CEO Yaw Sakyi Afari oversaw proceedings in the new format of the event alongside Sprite Ball Coordinator Patrick Akoto.

Defending Boys Division Champions Osu-PRESEC had debutants Bishop Herman College and Sekondi College in Group A.
2018 Finalist and record winners of the Championship, Mfantsipim School (4), leads Group D which has Keta Business College and St. John’s School.

2018 Girls Division winners Kumasi Girls Senior High School leads Group A which has West Africa Senior High School, Mawuli Senior High School and Mfantseman Girls Senior High School.

Below are the various Groups:

Boys Division

Group A
Bishop Herman College
Sekondi College

Group B
Pope John
Prempeh College

Group C
Adisadel College
Opoku Ware School

Group D
Mfantsipim School
Keta Business College
St. John’s School

Girls Division

Group A
Kumasi Girls Senior High School
Mawuli Senior High School
Mfantseman Girls Senior High School

Group B
Accra Wesley Girls High School
St. Louis Senior High School
Shama Senior High School
Nkawkaw Senior High School

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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