Ghana Education Service (GES) National Physical Education Coordinator Emmanuel Dormenyah has assured all stakeholders of the Sprite Ball Championship of “thorough investigations” into cheating allegations that have been raised in the aftermath of the 2020 Sprite Ball Championship Basketballghana.com can confirm.
The 2020 Sprite Ball came to an end on Saturday, January 4 at the El Wak Stadium and had Keta Business College (KETABUSCO) and Shama Senior High School emerge winners in the Boys and Girls Divisions respectively.
The titles were the first for both schools in the 14th edition of Ghana’s biggest High School Basketball Tournament.
However, allegations of cheating in varied forms were raised by some participating schools and members of the public after the competition ended.
Addressing this, the National Coordinator has indicated investigations into matters surrounding cheating allegations in the competition are going to be thorough.
20 Boys and Girls Schools competed in the immediate past edition with 12 schools doing so in the Boys Division and eight schools doing same in the Girls Division.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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