Soccer News of Tuesday, 5 June 2012
Accra Horizon School emerged champions in the Intellectual Disability Soccer Tournament held at Cape Coast to round off a three-day exchange programme between Oguaa Football for Hope Centre and Special Olympics of Namibia.
They beat Cape Coast Aboom Methodist 2-1 to lift the championship trophy which was presented by Mr. Musa Wahab, Manager of the Centre.
Other schools which participated in the tournament were Twin City School, Takoradi, Rev. Father John School, Winneba and Agona Swedru Presbyterian School.
Other activities for the programme were a seminar on intellectual disability, training workshop for volunteers, coaches and teachers of the Oguaa Football for Hope Centre.
Ms. Esther Kambala from Namibia, who was the resource person, appealed to the participants at the seminar to work hard to sustain the activities of the Centre and encourage the youth to engage in social activities.
Mr. Wahab commended the schools for their sportsmanship and asked them to keep it up and ensure the disabled are afforded an enabling environment to help develop their talents.**