Greater Accra Regional Association Chairman Ayitey Bulley

Greater Accra Basketball Association (GABBA) Chairman and Accra Basketball League (ABL) Chairman Ayitey Bulley has opined he looks forward to see the ABL grow through partnerships with key stakeholders.

He said this at the Media launch of the ABL held earlier today at the De’lish Restaurant ahead of the commencement of the 2022 Season.

From Left to Right: ABL Vice Chair Dr. Opoku-Antwi, ABL Chairman Ayitey Bulley, ABL Director Alex Kukula

The upcoming campaign commences on Tuesday, March 8 with Reformers of Prisons as defending Men’s Division I Champions, Ghana Police Service as defending Women’s Division Champions and TUSK Foundation as Men’s Division II Champions.

TUSK v JNR. Reformers (pink)

Flanked by ABL Director Alex Kukula and ABL Vice Chairman Dr. Eric Opoku-Antwi, Chairman Bulley called on striking a partnership with the media and other stakeholders to develop the league further.

Police Guard Emmanuel Dickson-Reformers James Amotoe (with ball) in action.

“We are looking forward to this thing-ABL- growing and it can only grow if we partner with the media, if we partner with corporate Ghana and through that partnership that we can grow this thing together create the whole ecosystem a business around this space” he stated.

Games will be played at the Prisons Court in Cantonments from Tuesdays to Saturdays.

Police (Blue) v Reformers in 2021 Game One

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here