Kumasi Anglican Senior High School, Konongo Odumasi SHS and Kumasi Academy are through to the round of 32 after winning their various Protests against Mansoman SHS, Sekyedumase SHS and Kwamang Presby respectively.
Jachie Pramso SHS will have to sort it out with Agogo State in a replay after the committee declared a replay for that contest.
Most of the cases involved impersonation as the defendants failed to prove the authenticity of the payers in question.
Mansoman failed to prove the eligibility of the player as the picture on the Certificate was detected to be different from the real player with that identity.
Osei Kyeretwie SHS has lost through protest to St. Hubert Seminary paving way for St Hubert to move through to the semi finals. Okess committed a topographical error and therefore lost to St Hubert.
KSTS also won their protest against Nsutaman Catholic SHS for the usage of an unqualified players in their clash. KSTS are therefore through.
Konongo Odumasi SHS are also through following their protest against Sekyedumase SHS as the player in dispute was found to have overstayed in school hence ineligible to play.
Kumaca won their case against Kwamang Presby based on a non-existent index number provided by Kwamang Presby.
Amaniampong SHS protest against Nkawie SecTech could not stand the test of time as they lost their protest against the Nkawie based school who also lost a counter protest against Amaniampong SHS. In the end the situation stood as it was as both schools were unsuccessful with their protests paving way for Nkawie SecTech to go through.
St. Michael’s could not prove the ineligibility of a player of Al-Azhariya who they claimed was also a student of a Agona SecTech.
KSTS were also successful in their protest against Nsutaman Catholic SHS.