Ghana will participate in four disciplines in the Commonwealth Games in July next year at Manchester.
Among the disciplines are two traditional ones, boxing and athletics. The others are Judo and Badminton.
The international Games Committee (GC) is in consultation with the affected disciplines to that effect.
The National Sports Council Chief Executive, Brigadier George Brock, who disclosed this in Accra said the choice of Judo and Badminton was made in view of the potential they hold for the country.
It would be recalled that when Ghana participated in its first ever Judo competition, she picked a bronze medal, and Badminton also came very close to the medal zone.