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TI AMASS CONTINUE WINNING WAYS AS INTER SCHOOLS SPORTS SET-OFF

Inter Schools and Colleges Sports in Ashanti Region was revived after a long break. The first event was the Inter Schools Cross Country Competition.

It must be recalled that sporting activities for second cycle schools were halted as a result of covid-19.

The event took place at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Saturday, June 11, 2022. TI Ahmadiyya Senior High School, Kumasi came first the Boys and Girls competitions.

TI Amass exhibited that they were not affected by the long break as they once again dominated sporting activities in the region.

For the Boys competition, Amidu Hamza of TI Amass won the competition with a time of 23.39.97 minutes. Matthew Damal of OKESS came second with 27.41.50. Kumasi High School’s Emmanuel Tetteh came third with 28.00. 16.

Abdul Gafaru Fuseini, Mohammed Hamza and Raphael Mamitey all of TI Amass came 7th, 8th and 9th respectively. Opoku Ware could not win any medal as Bernard Tampuli came 6th with 28.28.13

Boys Results

PositionNameSchoolTime
1Hamza AmiduT.I. Amass27:37.97
2Mathew DamalOkess27:41.50
3Emmanuel TettehKumasi High28:00.16
4Engmine FrederichKass28:07.47
5Gabriel AsyiMankranso SHS18:19.53
6bernard TampuliOwass28:28.13
7Fuseini Abdul GafaruT.I. Amass28:41.61
8Mohammed HamzaT.I. Amass28:42.62
9Raphael MamiteyT.I. Amass28:52.90
10Ntefum JoelAmanianpong SHS29:00.13
11Akparib AssanAchinakrom SHs29:11.24
12Sampson TettehKumasi High29:11.24
13Francis labka DeneabAduman shs29:23.26
14Awudu YussifAduman Shs29:29.25
15Adobason JohnOkess29:30.68

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For the Girls competition, TI Amass won with a time of 15.28.62. Naomi Addo ensured Amass confirmed their status in the competition. With time of 15.29.42, Navanea Achike of Islamic SHS placed second. The third position was taken by OKESS’ Ramata Abdulai with time of 15.44.04.

PositionNameSchoolTime
1Addo NaomiAmass15:28.62
2Navanea AchikeIslamic SHS15:29.42
3Abdulai RamataOkess15:44.04
4Abigail AbugreAduman16:03.73
5Adombila HannahAmass16:15.88
6Joyce AyabaSt. Loius16:18.61
7Haruna LatifaOkess16:19.75
8Tenliera MillicentT.I. Amass16:28.71
9Felicia BabulwerOLAG16:31.53
10Briamah RabiatuSt. Louis16:34.87
11Azia Mumuni SalamatuAmass SHS16:36.75
12Anaba PortiaAmass SHS16:47.11
13Hawa AbubakarAnglican SHS17:03.27
14Abigail NyamekyeIslamic SHS17:08.19
15Rubka KyennaAduman SHS17:18.54

The whole of June has been stipulated for various sporting activities; handball, table tennis and girls football are all lined up for the various schools to compete for laurels.

Credit : Athleticshour.com

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