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Africa football prides itself with stars and talent and in Cameroun, the ladies came out boldly and admiringly to strutt their stuss, exhibiting their God-given talent and honed skill.

Sports News

Another Africa Women's Championship (AWC) is over as the curtains were drawn on the 2016 edition at the Camerounian capital of Yaounde last week Saturday, with a befitting final between hosts, Cameroun and defending champions, Nigeria, incidentally, great rivals and giants of the game.

Borussia Dortmund supporter Christian Kinner from Germany has secured a place in the new Guinness World Records 2017 Edition for the doing the world’s Longest shout.

Joe Dodoo

Sports News

Ghana striker Joe Dodoo’s incredible volley against Partick Thistle for Rangers FC has been voted by fans as the club’s Goal of the Month for November.

Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien may soon become the first Ghanaian owner of a European club after holding talks with the managers of Irish club Limerick FC over a possible sale.

George Lutterodt

Sports News

A Peace Ambassador General for the 2016 elections and sports enthusiast George Lutterodt has charged Ghanaians to ensure that Wednesday's presidential elections will be free and fair.

Week 14 of the English Premier League sees Chelsea become the new favourites after beating Man City, Liverpool drop points at Bournemouth, and the Swans sink to the bottom.

Sulley Muntari

Football

Black Stars outcast Sulley Muntari is set for a return to club football next January as several Serie A clubs vie for his signature.

Aduana Stars skipper Godfred Saka battles with Patrick Razak (right) of Hearts for the ball

Football

Dormaa-based Aduana Stars yesterday secured a double over Accra Hearts of Oak in this year’s GHALCA G6 Tournament when they handed the Phobians a 4-3 defeat on penalties in their crunch final at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.

Nigeria's female football team last Saturday retained the Africa Women's Championship (AWC) with a 1-0 win over hosts, Cameroun in the final in Yaounde.

Ghana Black Queens received a surprise present from the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Madam Hannah Tetteh, for finishing third at the just ended Africa Women's Championship (AWC) in Cameroun.

Captain of the team, Issah Adamu (with mic) supported by Patrick Cole, thanking the president, Kingsley Owusu Achau ( 2nd right) while Nana Basoua (right), a patron of the club looks on.

Football

Brong Ahafo- based Bechem United Football Club, have honoured three of their players for their long and dedicated services to the club.

Nana Kwame Dankwa (right) and Dechris MD, Christopher Demanya, signing the main partnership agreement.

Football

The Greater Accra Regional Circles Council (GARCC) of Kumasi Asante Kotoko has sworn in a 13-member executive committee to steer the affairs of the Council.

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Dogboe is scheduled to fight on the undercard of Joseph Parker vs Andy Ruiz WBO World Heavyweight Championship in New Zealand.

Boxing

When Ghanaian boxer, Isaac ‘Royal Storm’ Dogboe, steps into the ring tomorrow against Argentina’s Julian Evaristo Aristule in Auckland, New Zealand, he would be guided by his determination to conquer the world in the coming years.

Richard Commey and his handlers have suffered a second straight controversial loss

Boxing

Top-rated world title contender Richard Commey is expected back home this week after suffering a hotly contested battle and controversial split decision loss to Russia’s Denis Shafikov last Friday in their 12-round IBF lightweight world title eliminator at the Tough Fight Gym in Moscow, Russia.

Game Boy displays his belts while the Minister of Youth and Sports, Nii Lante Vanderpuye (left), and referee Roger Barnor (right) look on

Boxing

Boxing showman Emmanuel Gameboy Tagoe has become the first Ghanaian to win an International Boxing Organisation (IBO) lightweight title after securing a unanimous points victory over Mzonke Fana of South Africa in a bout staged at the Bukom Arena in Accra last Friday.

Prof Francis Dodoo (middle) speaking at the event while Ms Kady Kanoute (left) and Mr Richard Akpokavie look on

Athletics

The president of the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC), Prof Francis Dodoo, has challenged Ghanaian sportsmen and sportswomen to take advantage of their sporting careers to develop other vocations that will enable them to cater for themselves and their families after their transition from sports.

Staff of Pan African Savings and Loans during the walk

Athletics

Staff of Pan-African Savings and Loans Company Limited last Saturday embarked on a health walk in Accra with a dual mission of promoting healthy lifestyles and a new mobile banking product called QUICK.

Representatives of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) deservedly stayed on course to win the 21st the Inter-University cross-country competition held over the weekend at the University for Development Studies (UDS).