The Tertiary Football League which started around November 2017 is expected to be back on February 14 after a long break.
The historic Premier tertiary football league has been on break due to the school’s participation in the recent ended Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) Games held in UDS ,Tamale earlier this year.
KNUST, after showing their supremacy in the northern sector with sterling performances against their counterparts here in kumasi will be hoping to maintain top spot when the competition bounces back on Wednesday, 14th February 2018.
The University of Ghana Stadium has been hosting the Southern zone with the likes of Accra Technical University, Marshalls University College, Ghana Institute of Management of Public Administration (GIMPA), Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) and All Nations University College battling it out for the two qualifying slots available.
The Paa Joe stadium in Kumasi however has been hosting the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Christian Service University, University of Education (Kumasi), Ghana Technology University (Kumasi), Garden City University College and Kumasi Technical University.
Accra Technical University tops the southern zone with 7 points followed keenly by University of Ghana with same 7 points but a goal difference separating them.
Noteworthy, KNUST has a 100 per cent record in this competition after amassing 9 points out 3 matches with the ‘Nyansapo’ lads occupying the top spot in the northern zone of which Baptist University follows with 3 points in the group.
The final match which is scheduled for Saturday 24th February 2018 will see the top placed schools in each zone fighting for the ultimate trophy with the second placed schools battling it out for 3rd and 4th spot.
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