Saturday, 23 October 2021

Ghana tied with Rwanda on opening day of T20

The Ghana national cricket team, the Black Batters, tied with Rwanda on the opening day of their friendly bilateral T20 series held yesterday 18th August 2021 at the Gahanga International Cricket Stadium in Kigali, Rwanda. The hosts narrowly won the first match, beating the Obed Harvey-led Ghana team by a wicket, despite the Black Batters getting off to an impressive start with 132/2 after 15 overs. However, a man-of-the-match performance by 18-year-old Rwandan wonderkid, Martin Akayezu, who was making his national team debut with an explosive 51 runs helped his side claim a win with 165/9 against Ghana’s 164/5.  ...


Ghana – Rwanda T20 series begins tomorrow

The Ghana national cricket team, the Black Batters, are set to take on Rwanda in a T20 bilateral series at the Gahanga International Cricket Stadium in Kigali, Rwanda from tomorrow 18th August to 21st August 2021. The series forms part of the country’s preparations towards the 2021 International Cricket Council (ICC) Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifiers scheduled to be hosted by Rwanda in October 2021. “This bilateral series is to prepare both teams towards the ICC and the ACA T20 Qualifiers. I am hearing information that the ICC is coming off in October and fortunately for...


Christian Amoah fails to make the mark at Olympics

Ghanaian weightlifter Christian Amoah will be coming home empty-handed as the 22-year-old finished fourth (4th) in Group B of the Men’s 96kg at the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympics earlier today 31st July 2021. Amoah was unable to lift a high enough weight to stand a chance of securing a medal lifting a combined 315kg (145kg in the Snatch portion of the event and 170kg in the Clean & Jerk), 44kg less than the eventual winner of the group Cuba’s Olfides Saez Vera who lifted a combined 359kg. The 22-year-old who serves as the captain of the Ghana weightlifting team, the...

Chess sensation invited to Reiss & Co offices

Chess sensation invited to Reiss & Co offices

8-year-old Ghanaian chess sensation, Dave Chief Quansah Acheampong along with his father David and his little brother Jedidiah, visited the offices of multi-divisional company Reiss & Co yesterday 16th June 2021. Dave whose star has been on the rise ever since becoming the first-ever Ghanaian to claim victory in the U-9 category of the 2020 African Schools Individual Chess Championship back in January 2021 was invited to have a chat with the Managing Director (MD) of Reiss & Co, Jeffery Sowa, about how best the company could help develop the sport of chess at school level. "You can make it...

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