The A1 Radio @10 anniversary tournament was part of activities marking the FM station’s ten(10) years of existence in the Upper East Region.

Twelve(12) teams comprising Media XI,  New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mobile Telecommunication Network (MTN), Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT),  Driver Vehicle and licensing Authority (DVLA), Zoomlion Ghana,  Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Asante boys,  Ghana Health Service (GHS),  Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and A1 Radio competed for the ultimate prize.

The tournament ended yesterday with the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) crowned champions; having won on penalties 4-3 against the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), after a goalless draw game at the Mobil Park in the Bolgatanga Municipality.

PAIRINGS AND RESULTS

          KNOCKOUT

Asante Boys 0-2 GHS

GNAT 0-1 NPP

Zoomlion Ghana 0-1 SSNIT

MTN 5-0 A1 Radio

GRA 0-0 Media XI, GRA won 4-3 on penalties.

NDC Vs DVLA (Match not played because DVLA failed to turn up)

QUARTER FINALS

GHS 0-0 NDC, NDC won 5-4 on penalties.

NPP 3-0 SSNIT

MTN 2-0 GRA.

From here a balloting was done and the NDC had an automatic qualification into the finals; leaving MTN to meet the NPP for the semi-finals however, MTN pullout of the competition.

FINALS

NDC 0-0 NPP; NPP won 4-3 on penalties.

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

BEST KEEPER

Casillas of NPP, he walked home with an A1 radio branded wall clock and a T-shirt

TOP SCORER

Abongo Paul of MTN with 4 goals, he walked home with an A1 radio branded wall clock and a T-shirt

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BEST COACH

West of NPP, he was also given an A1 radio branded wall clock and a T-shirt

BEST PLAYER

Ayine Christopher of NDC, he walked home with an A1 branded wall clock and a t-shirt.

BEST JAMA TEAM

GRA, they received an A1 branded wall clock and T-shirts.

    MEDAL TABLE

3RD PLACE

MTN-took 18 bronze medals.

2ND PLACE

NDC-Walked home with stockings and 18 Gold medals.

1ST-PLACE

NPP, they received a set of jersey, 18 silver medals and a giant trophy for keep.

Source; a1radioonline.com|101.1MHZ|Ghana|

Cletus Aduko, Sports Journalist.

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