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Ghana Badminton Association open registration for 2022 All Ghana Open National Championships

Dear regional associations, community clubs, badminton enthusiasts and friends in the Media,

It’s once again the time to crown a new crop of national champions!

We’re incredibly excited to be resuming our slate of events, and can’t wait for you to join us at this upcoming National Championships, which would be held from 9-11, 2022.

Invitation is open for Entries for 2022 All Ghana Open National Championships

Looking forward to the event, Ghana Badminton President, Evans Yeboah conveyed his best wishes to the participants and the organisers.

“The 2022 All Ghana Open National Championships has quite a unique greatness. While it features some of badminton’s shared interest groups, there are also individuals and clubs with a more recent badminton glory, and thus there is a wonderful diversity of styles and approaches to this Juniors, Seniors and Veterans competition with a thrilling media, and public who will raise a racket for the first time in their life,” he said.

“I wish all from across the country and corporate institutions the best of travelling mercies and the best of luck,” Mr. Yeboah added.

With that being said, we would want to cordially invite all individuals residing in Ghana , with a passion to compete for the glory of being National Champion, to register for the upcoming event.

Please find attached release for your publication and photo gallery and kindly bring this to the attention of your players, coaches , friends, and family.

Please Click here  for more information.

To register for the event  click here Masters Registration and Juniors & Seniors Registration for Application Information Package

Credit: Ghana Badminton Association

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