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Pics: Inter-schools soccer Protests; Full Day 1 Proceedings and Rulings

Kumasi High School has been declared Winners as their protest against Bodwesango Senior High School just some few minutes ago following their protest lodge against Bodwesango SHS.In their defence Bodwesango claimed it was only a typographical error and the player in question was a eligible to play, however the protest committee were not convinced since all school were pre-informed to check and cross check before submission of list.Kumasi High School were subsequently declared Winners and have therefore qualified for the last round of 32.

Case 1: Agona Senior High School technical has been declared losers following a protest by Sakafia Senior High over the eligibility of their player.Sakafia are therefore through to the last round of 32

Cass 2: Adventist Senior High, Ksi has also qualified following a protest they lodged against a player of Methodist Senior High.The three points from the protest takes them above Owerriman SHS. Adventist are therefore through to the last round of 32.

Case 3:OKESS wins their protest against Dwenti College for fielding ineligible players in their qualifiers. Okess wins as Dwenti College could not prove the eligibility of the said players. Okess qualify to round 32.However OKESS qualification hangs on a thin thread as St. Hubert Seminary has a pending case against OKESS on Monday. The outcome of that case will determine their fate.

Case 5: Wiamoase based Okomfo Anokye SHS lost out on their  protest against T. I. Amass-Fomena, paving the way for Fomena to move on to the next round. Fomena were represente by their new Headmaster Mr. Abdullai Ayuub.

Case 6: In the cases involving Tweneboa Kodua SHS and Mampong based St Joseph’s Seminary, Tweneboa Kodua SHS lost out on that case paving the way for second placed KNUST SHS to qualify for the next round.

Case 7: In the cases involving KNUST versus Tweneboa Kodua SHS, it was a mere formality as KNUST had already qualified as a result of TKSS losing out to St. Joseph’s Seminary.

The Protest Committee was chaired by Headmaster of Islamic SHS, Mr. Suleiman Zacharia alongside the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Federation Mr. Oduro Antwi, Headmaster of Tepa SHS. Other panel members included Mr. C. T. Mensah, immediate past Regional P. E. Coordinator, Mr. Henry Osei Mensah, current P. E. Coordinator, ExCo Secretary, Kwame Amoako formerly of OKESS, Price Achempong Sabuto, Exco- member, Dr. WAK Amankra and other members or reps of the Ex-co .

Prior to the Sittings, a.minute silence was held for former Committee Chairman Mr. M. O. Yeboah (former Headmaster of Kumasi High School) who passed away some few months ago.

Sitting continues on Monday with about 7 cases to be dealt with including KASS versus Mansoman SHS and St Hubert versus OKESS plus others.

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  1. Point of correction, KNUST SHS was not second.
    They were 1st with 7points and TKSS was second with Six.

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