The International Sports Press Association (AIPS) has honoured celebrated Ghanaian sportscaster and the first president of the Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG), Joachim Awuley Lartey, at the 2022 AIPS Media Awards in Doha, Qatar.
Kumasi Asante were officially crowned the 2021/2022 Ghana Premier League champion yesterday at the Baba Yara Stadium when Kotoko’s captain, Salifu Mudasiru, lifted the league trophy which had eluded the club for the last few years.
A FORMER Minister of Youth and Sports, Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuije, has identified the construction of the Bukom Boxing Arena as the reason there is a steady rise of the standard of boxing in the country.
Black Starlets coach, Paa Kwesi Fabin, says he will work hard to restore the confidence of his players and turn their fortunes around in the ongoing WAFU Zone B U-17 Cup of Nations after losing the opening match 2-4 to Nigeria.
The vice-president of the Ghana Volleyball Association (GVA), George Tettey, says the country will be absent from the Beach Volleyball World Championship in Rome following frustrations the contingent encountered in securing visas to travel for the competition.
A brace by Abdul Yusif Razak in the 32nd and 81st minutes and a 17th minute volley by Amos Acheampong gave Great Olympics an emphatic 3-0 victory over their city rivals, Hearts of Oak, in their penultimate Ghana Premier League match played at the Accra Stadium on Sunday.
Kotoku Royals Football Club gained qualification to the Ghana Premier League after Sunday’s final round of Division One matches which saw the Eastern Region side drawing 0-0 with Tema Youth at the Tema Stadium.
Kumasi Asante were officially crowned the 2021/2022 Ghana Premier League champion on Sunday at the Baba Yara Stadium when Kotoko’s captain, Salifu Mudasiru, lifted the league trophy which had eluded the club for the last few years.