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The Senior High Division of the Seven Great Princess Academy scored 930 points to win this years’ sporting festival held at the Kaneshie Sports Complex and the Dansoman branch of the school.
The events came to a rousing end last Friday. Dansoman JHS branch came second with 760 points whiles Lartebiokoshie branch came third with 720 points.
Some of the sporting disciplines that the students took part in included talent hunting, football, basketball, table tennis and scrabble. The various divisions of the school were honoured with certificates of participation, medals and plaques.
Julius Boateng received the most promising athlete award. Madam Sharon Aganah was voted the most outstanding female athlete.
Assistant Director of the school, Madam Yvette Brown praised the sporting potential of the students and lauded them for churning out very strong performances.
She said: “This great school is proud of her sporting potential and I’m sure you are aware that the school has churned out some very great sporting talent for the nation including Black Stars skipper Yaw Asamoah Gyan. We take delight in these achievements as these students combine both education and sports so brilliantly.
“The Seven Great Princes Academy topped all basic schools in the country in the 2017 BECE results as the best for the second year running which clearly demonstrates our prowess in both sectors.”
The three day sporting fiesta was supervised by the Deputy Director of Education of the National Sports Authority Mr Saka Acquaye and former Black Stars and Accra Hearts of Oak great Sam Johnson.