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Bono Region Zone E Inter Schools Football Competition Ends in Dormaa Ahenkro

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The second cycle schools in the Bono Region have engaged in a two-day all-play-all football competition to select teams for the regional super-zonal competition. The competition took place at the Nana Agyemang Badu I Sports Stadium in Dormaa Ahenkro, in the Dormaa Central Municipality of the Bono Region.

Six competing schools were present, with only Adehyeman Senior High School failing to participate. The other five schools were Dormaa Senior High School, Nkrakwanta Senior High Technical, Salvation Army Senior High School, Aboabo and Wamfie Senior High School.

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The Bono Region Zone E and Dormaa Zonal Secretary, Mr. Smith Effah Owusu, explained that the football competition aimed to discover new talents, and also to select schools in the Dormaa zone (Dormaa East, Dormaa Central, and Dormaa West) to qualify for the Regional Inter-Schools Super Zonal Competition.

This competition will take place next month in Sunyani, Bono Region. The Secretary also mentioned that the Super Zonals competition would be used to select players to represent the region at Takoradi in the Western Region.

The competition was organised for both male and female students. According to Mr. Effah Owusu, the identified talents were encouraging, and some could become national assets soon.

The Zonal Secretary revealed that a letter had been written to the Municipal Director of Education, who sought approval and permission from appropriate authorities for the stadium use. He also stated that athletics competitions would be organised at another place, with the football competition being the focus for now.

For the boys’ team, three schools had qualified: Dormaa Senior High School with 10 points, Nkrakwanta Senior High School with five points, and the Salvation Army Senior High School with four points. In the girls’ category, three schools had qualified: Dormaa Senior High School with 12 points, Salvation Army Senior High School with five points, and Nkrakwanta Senior High School with three points.

For the most part, the competition was successful in achieving its objectives of discovering new talents and selecting schools to represent the region at the next level. The competition is an excellent opportunity for students to showcase their skills and to inspire others to pursue their interests in football.

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