The 2019 Ghana Technical Universities / Polytechnics Sports Association (GHATUSA) Games commences on Friday, February 1.
ATU is host of the competition hitherto known as the GHAPSA (Ghana Polytechnics Sports Association) Games with the Accra Sports Stadium and El Wak Stadium to act as auxiliary venues.
Basketballghana.com visited the team’s last round of training sessions before embarking on the journey to another title defense.
Members of the multiple champions mixed with members of Accra Basketball League (ABL) side Tudu Magic for a series of friendly games.
ATU’s Female Team practiced ahead of the Male Team and aims to win another gold medal in the competition exclusively for the Technical Universities and Polytechnics sect of Ghana’s tertiary educational level.
This year’s GHATUSA Games ends on Sunday, February 10. Athletes are due to compete in athletics, taekwondo and volley ball among other disciplines.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter