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15.03.2005 Sports News

Let's support other sports disciplines to develop, Adusei

By GNA

Kumasi, March 15, GNA - Mr Anthony K. Adusei, Ashanti Regional Sports Development Office has called for the proper development of other sporting disciplines in the country.

He said many talents abound in other sporting disciplines and it is proper that "we give them the chance to develop their potentials". Mr Adusei said this in an address at the closing ceremony of a one-day league competition organised by the Ashanti Regional Volleyball Association for Tertiary Institutions and other Clubs in Kumasi City as part of activities to mark the inauguration of the Association.

He said the development of the various disciplines depended on the individual's interested to showcase their talent and potentials and therefore urged the various coaches and Physical Education Teachers to assist in unearthing such talents across the country. "What you have done today is a motivation to develop your talents and that of others".

In the matches, KNUST beat Georgia Club in two straight sets, 15-13 and 15-8 with Kumasi Polytechnic losing in two straight sets to Prempeh Club, 12-15, 12-15.

In the second matches, Prempeh Club again beat Georgia Club 15-5 in the first set and went ahead to beat them 18-17 in the second set while K'Poly also smashed KNUST in two straight sets of 15-8 and 16-14 scores. Georgia Club beat K'Poly in their third match in two straight sets, 15-10, 15-10.

In the Girls division, Yaa Asantewaa Secondary School (YAGS) beat Atonsu Basic schools, 15-7 and 15-10 while T.I. Ahmadiyya Secondary School also beat K'Poly in two straight games, 15-5, 15-12. Afua Kobi Ampem Girls Secondary School lost 15-8 and 15-6 to Kumasi Girls Secondary School (KUGISS).

YAGS, Ahmadiyya and KUGISS therefore qualified for the next stage of the competition.

At the next stage of the competition, YAGS beat KUGISS in the first set 15-11 but KUGISS fought hard and cancelled the deficit in the second set with a score of 15-9. They then went ahead to beat Ahmadiyya Secondary 15-13 in the third game.

Ahmadiyya beat YAGS 3-1 in the final match.

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