University of Cape Coast failed to grab gold in volleyball [Men’s Division] after losing narrowly to host University of Ghana at the 26th edition of the Ghana Universities Sports Association Games.
Both teams came into the game yet to taste defeat.
It was thus certain that there was everything to fight for in the game.
The Legon boys started the game on the front foot winning the 1st set to make it 1:0 with a score of 25-22.
UCC came back into the game with a score of 21-25 to win the 2nd Set, leveling the game.
The 3rd Set saw UG take the initiative again and going ahead with a 25-22 scoreline to make it 2:1.
UCC showed great fighting spirit to tie the game again in the 4th Set with a 15-25 score line.
An intense 5th Set ended 15-12 in UG’s favour, bringing the intense game to a close and UG wining 3:2.
Coach Casmil Agbenyegah of UG, in an interaction with UniversSports after the match, said that the win was never in doubt.
“If you compare player to player we are better than them. The only advantage they had was that they had two national setters but we knew we were going to beat them. Yesterday we trained and put our technical work right”.
Story by: Kwamena Afful Cleland | UniversSports