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Winkogo JHS Boys, St John’s JHS Girls to represent Upper East Region in CAF African Schools Championship Inter-Regionals

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Winkogo Junior High School Boys team based in the Talensi district and St. John’s Junior High School Girls team based in the Bolgatanga Municipality will represent the Upper East Region in the Upcoming CAF African School Championship inter-Regionals, which is scheduled to kick off on Wednesday 20th July 2022 till Saturday 23rd July 2022 in the Kumasi the Ashanti Regional Capital.

The said games will come off at the Anglican Senior High School for the boys and T.I. Amass for the girls in Kumasi.

Team Upper East which is represented by Winkogo JHS boys and St John’s JHS girls have been placed in group four(4), which houses the schools from the Northern sector.

Winkogo JHS are in group four(4) together with Gbimisi R/C JHS from the North East, Ridge JHS Basic from the Northern Region and Buipe D/A JHS from the Savannah.

In the girls’ category, St John’s JHS are there alongside Walewale M/A JHS from North East, Sakasaka JHS B from the Northern Region and Kalande Presby JHS from Salaga in the Savannah Region.

Group one(1) houses schools from the Volta Region, Group Two(2) houses schools from the Western Region, Group Three(3) houses schools from the Ahafo and Group Four(4) houses schools from the North.

In all, thirty-two (32) schools will be competing in the various categories for the ultimate. Sixteen(16) girls schools and sixteen(16) boys schools.

St John’s JHS girls team is coached by Mustapha Sulemana, with Immaculate Amonzen as team manager and Alabulinsah Titus as the first aider. Whilst Winkogo JHS boys team is coached by Michael Azet, with Emmanuel Anafo as team manager and Dominic Anangongo as the first aider.

The Upper East contingents left the Region on Tuesday morning to Kumasi for the tournament and were led by the Upper East Regional Physical Education co-ordinator, Madam Diana Aboo.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Aduko Cletus Akosah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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