After losing the 2018 CAP7 Memorial Basketball Tournament to bitter rival Ghana Police Service, Braves of Customs Basketball Club has highlighted its title ambitions already in this year’s tournament.

The team run over Tudu Galaxy in the Women’s Division thanks to a 52-18 result recorded on Thursday, September 19 at the Lebanon House Court in Tudu.

Braves flat out dominated Galaxy in the second game in the division that took place yesterday; Reformers of Prisons beat Ghana Navy 28-25.

Braves led 14-2 after the first quarter and stretched its lead to 22-8 at half time with Galaxy improving in the second quarter with Ruth Atibila assisted Ayishetu Malike’s basket as Galaxy made a good start to the third quarter. Braves Forward Gloria Gyampoh scored eight straight points to give Braves a 42-10 lead.

Customs converted shots from three point range including one from Magdalene Fiamerko to give Braves a 52-18 win.

Braves (yellow) v Galaxy

Police gets its run in this year’s competition underway later tonight at 16:30 GMT against Reformers.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter


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