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St. Augustine’s College win 2016 Sprite Basketball


St. Augustines College yesterday put up a splendid performance coming down from 0-8 to win the Sprite Ball Championship 37-22 against rivals Mfantsipim School.

The two Central Region Schools displayed great sportsmanship and comradeship with broadcaster Nathaniel Attoh and keen sports enthusiast Ben Nunoo Mensah leading the Augustinians. He inspired and motivated them to victory.

Dennis Dugbenu of St. Augustine’s College won the Most Valuable Player Sprite Ball National Basketball Championship 2016. The world must watch out for this guy!  at El Wak Sports Stadium.

When the going was tough we kept cheering! that’s the spirit of true perseverance! Omnia Vincit Labor St St. Augustine’s College — at El Wak Sports Stadium

The school also won the best coach as well as best behave supporters. a4
As the pictures show, Coronation Time! Coach Ampeah and the true champions. We are proud of you! St. Augustine’s College
— at El Wak Sports Stadium.a7

a1“SHALL WE PRAY”!! Its not about me saying the prayer. Its about he good Lord who listens to his children when they comes to his throne of grace with humility. En route to winning the Sprite Ball Championship 37-22 against Mfantsipim School — at El Wak Sports Stadiuma2
“One Adoremus! Mbo Augustine! Little did I know that I was inspiring champions in the making! God Bless Augusco!”Nat Attoh APSUNIAN

Credit: Sammy Heywood Okine

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