With Ghana Education Service Physical Education Unit National Coordinator promising “thorough investigations” into alleged cheating at the 2020 Sprite Ball Championship, the waiting game on the final details have started.
Basketballghana.com understands some schools that participated in the just ended two day tournament have been fingered in the allegations.
However, the National Coordinator’s words point to a methodical probe into several circumstances that given rise to these cheating allegations; the allegations are varied and include use of unqualified players in the tournament.
The 2020 Sprite Ball Championship commenced on Friday, January 3 and ended a day later with 20 schools participating in Ghana’s biggest High School basketball tournament.
12 schools competed in the Boys Division and Keta Business College emerged winners; the title is Keta Business’ first and it came at the expense of five time champions Mfantsipim School.
Eight schools competed in the Girls Division and Shama Senior High School topped the division for the first time in its history in the tournament.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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