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Game One’s loss was a wake-up call for us – Ghana Police coach

Losing in Game One of the 2021 Accra Basketball League (ABL) Women’s Division Playoff Final was a wakeup call for Ghana Police Service Women’s Basketball team according to Team Coach David Sasu.

He said this in an exclusive interview with after leading Police to clinch the League title after winning two straight games to turn the series around. Police beat Reformers of Prisons 47-39 in Game 2 and secured the title with a 52-30 win in Game 3.

Coach Sasu (extreme right back row) with Police Women’s Team

Winning the Mathias Ocloo Trophy is Ghana Police’s third in a row after wins in 2018 and 2019; the 2020 season was lost to the COVID 19 pandemic.

2021 ABL Women’s Division champions Ghana Police Service

“The first game we lost was a wakeup call for us truly but technically in the second game the girls played well, foul situation was good and we were able to carry the game again” he said.

Police (white) v Reformers in Game 3 of the 2021 Finals

Losing in the opening game of the 2021 League Finals Playoff series was Police’s sole loss in the campaign. Reformers missed out on a league double as its Men’s team won the Benjamin Baafi Trophy.

Credit: Basketballghana

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