Prempeh wins Ashanti Regional schools athletics super zonals

Prempeh College won the third Ashanti Regional Superzonal Tournament at Babayara Stadium last Friday, but still at record high record holders TI Ahmadiyya High School (TI AMASS-14) and Opoku Ware School I won 5 times.

Prempeh’s thrilling performance has been added to 26 wins at the Zonal level in the 32 year competition history currently sponsored by Beta Malt.

Prempeh won the two-day competition by winning an exciting 4×100 coming from behind to provide a way to cut the tape.

In the men’s category, Prempeh won 99 points in addition to the 2002 and 2006 wins. Next, rival Opocware came in 3rd with 91 points and Ahmadiya 72 points.

In the women’s category, Amadiyah (Amas) won 129 points and gained an advantage, the prestigious St. Louis ranked second with 119 points and Kumasi Girls third with 83 points.

Over 2,000 seats, including only 1,085 seats in the stadium, were destroyed by the turmoil of the Obuasi Sec tech riot student and the school’s Al Azhariya senior.

Bha Yara Stadium’s public relations manager, Patience Sharon Adams Menser, told Daily Graphic that Ghana education services and discussions are taking place to expel the riot school.

Two records were broken at the end of the two-day competition.

Two girls, T. I. Ahmadiyya’s Rashida Abass and Saint Louis’s Patience Boahemaa, stood tall among nearly 1,000 track and field athletes in 31 schools in five zones.

Abass broke the 18-year-old shot put record set in 2002 by Mary Nartey Zuta at Osei Kyeretwie High School.

She threw 11.94 meters and defeated 11.70 meters of ivy.

Patience Boahemer’s 35.80 meter disc throw broke the 33.66 meter personal record he set last year.

Mr. Portia Ofia Sale, brand manager of Beta Malt, superzone headline sponsor, invests more in the company’s grooming of potential track and field players for domestic assignments and restores discipline at the SHS level He told me that he was going.

She said that over the next three years her outfits worked hard to promote and support sports with GES.

Updated: September 4, 2019 — 2:31 pm

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