07.01.2003 Sports News

Kadjebi Secondary wins Volta X-country

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Kadjebi (Volta Region) - Two students of the Kadjebi Secondary School won the first and second positions in a 4-kilometer Akan Constituency Cross Country Rally at the weekend.

They are Godwin Dzamefe and Benjamin Denteh who each received a cash prize of ¢50,000 and a wall clock and, a tin of milo and a bar of soap. Bidjon Kudjoe who came third received a satchet of milo and a bar soap.

Janet Daklu who won the women's two-kilometre rally received ¢50,000 cedis and a wall clock. Evelyn Anku and Veronica Ayite who came second and third took home a tin of milo, a bar soap and a satchet of milo and a bar soap respectively. In all, thirty-four athletes took part in the race.

Solomon Adunai, one of the organisers of the rally told the GNA Sports later that the rally which formed part of activities marking the new year aimed at promoting sports in the area.

In another developments, Kadjebi Freetown Football Club emerged the winners of a three-club gala football match at the L.A. Park at Kadjebi. They had four points and received a cash prize of 300,000 cedis.

The run-ups were Dubonku Club with two points and Central Club no points who took home 200,000 cedis and 50,000 respectively.

At Kwamikrom, the Kwamikrom Boat Owners Football Club defeated Kwamikrom Drivers Club 5-3 while Tapa-Amanfrom Young Stars beat Kwamikrom Shinning Stars by a lone goal. Captain Prince Adu Poku scored the only goal for his side in the first half of the game.

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