Distance Education Students have affirmed their dominance in the ongoing 2021 Virtual Inter Hall Games, beating Jean Nelson Hall in the Basketball final.
The medal is their third more than any other halls participating in the games.
Out of the 433 votes cast, Distance Students had 52% while Jean Nelson had 48%.
Jean Nelson Hall reached the finals for the third in ongoing games beating Akuafo Hall and Commonwealth Hall in the Quarterfinal and semi-finals respectively.
Distance Students also made their third appearance in the finals smashing Mensah Sarbah Hall in the quarter-final and Alexander Kwapong Hall in the Semis.
ROAD TO BASKETBALL FINAL
- ALEXANDER KWAPONG HALL(44%) vs DISTANCE EDUCATION STUDENTS(56%)-113 votes cast.
- ACCRA CITY CAMPUS (45%) vs MENSAH SARBAH HALL(55%)- 67 votes cast.
- MENSAH SARBAH HALL(35%) vs DISTANCE EDUCATION(65%)- 119 votes cast.
- JEAN NELSON HALL(48%) vs DISTANCE EDUCATION(52%)- 433 votes cast.
UG interhall games
In a bid to engage students of the university amidst the ban on sporting activities in schools, the University of Ghana Sports Directorate has announced plans to hold virtual inter-hall games.
This will be from January 25 to February 17th, 2021.
16 halls will take part in 5 disciplines spanning about three weeks.
The games will be via a knockout system on Twitter with updates shared on Facebook and Instagram.
The disciplines involved are football, volleyball, basketball, handball, and hockey.
To vote, one must like and follow the University of Ghana Sports Directorate pages on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Polls of contesting halls will be published on Twitter per discipline. Voting will be open to all. Everyone will be eligible to vote once per match. Polls will be published from 9 am and end at 6 pm each match day ON TWITTER ONLY.
This means that voting can only be done on Twitter only. Updates will however be shared on all other platforms.
The winners would be determined by a simple majority soon after a game is over. The public will be able to see real-time results.
Story by: Princeton Kwabena Wiredu | universnewsroom.com