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A1 Radio Invitational Tournament takes new dimension

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A1 Radio, a subsidiary of the Agreed Best Communication Company, would hold its annual corporate sports event in June this year.

The A1 Radio Invitational Tournament, which has run for more than 10 years, has undergone consistent changes to help improve the organization of the tournament and the experience for participants.

The tournament has seen increasing intensity from participating organizations.

“The A1 Radio Invitational Tournament has become so competitive that anyone who participates in the tournament comes with all seriousness. That is why during the course of the program, if there are hitches and people think that things are going in a certain way, they argue forcefully because they think they have the right to win. If you look at the seriousness all participating teams have put into the tournament, it tells you that we are doing what people love.”

As part of the strive to make the tournament even better, the management of A1 Radio has decided to inaugurate an independent technical committee that would handle all technical decisions relative to the event.

The General Manager of A1 Radio, William Nlanjerbor Jalulah, made these comments when he spoke to Mark Smith on the Day Break Upper East Show today, May 14, 2024.

“This year, we had a meeting just last week, and we have learned a lot of lessons over the years. Considering the technicality of the game, we have resolved that we would institute a technical committee. It would be an independent body comprising technical people who have knowledge of the game. The participating teams can also have representatives on the committee that would attend to all the fixtures, tossing of the coin, and all. If there are issues during the course of the games, the committee would deal with it,” he said.

The A1 Radio Invitational Tournament was instituted to help corporate individuals network, exercise, and step outside the comfort of their offices.

In the 2023 edition of the tournament, the curtain raiser was played by A1 Radio and a team from AquaBolg Natural Mineral Water.


The men’s final event was won by the team from the College of Distant Education, University of Cape Coast.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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