Level 300 (regular) has been crowned as champions of the 2019 GIJ-SRC Sports Week after defeating Diploma 1 by two-goals-to-one.
After a two-day event organized by the Sports Commission of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, the final game was almost abandoned due to heavy downpour.
After the rains rescinded, the match officials agreed for the final match to commence.
The Diploma 1 team took a surprise lead 10 minutes into the game.
Things fell apart for the Diploma side as the rains came down for the second time.
The centre could not hold, neither could the left flank nor the right flank as Elikem, Emmanuel Budu-Annor, and Eyram Dzaka did terrible things to the defenders of the Diploma 1 team.
Twisting and turning and causing all sort of havoc to the Diploma squad.
Elikem latched on a defensive error to stage what was a god-like performance from the level 300’s.
In the build-up to the winning strike, Eyram received a pass from Derrick before hitting the ball past the goalkeeper.
There was a lot at stake in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 4x100m and 1500m as the various halls on campus presented their athletes to battle it out for the prize money given by the sponsors, TITA Media Productions.
It was a clean sweep on the medal table for Leona Apenteng of Efua Sutherland Hall who won the 100m, 200m races before placing 2nd for her hall in the 4x100m dash.
Mandela Hall won the 4x100m race as Sheena finished the race strongly beating her opponents in Yaa Asantewaa and Efua Sutherland Hall.
At the end of the day, Efua Sutherland topped the medal category for with two gold medals and a silver, Mandela Hall coming second with two silver medals and a gold medal, with Yaa Asantewaa Hall sitting third of the log with no medals.
In the male category, Osagyefo Hall won the 100m race, 200m, and 4x100m sprints.
In the 100m race, Emmanuel Budu-Annor of Osagyefo Hall won the race with Mandela coming second.
Mandela Hall won the 1500m race beating Efua Sutherland Hall and Mandela Hall.
In the 4x100m dash, Osagyefo Hall presented, Elikem, Emmanuel Budu-Annor, Idriss Ojay, and Elorm Abotchie and they beat their arch-rivals, Mandela Hall who presented Yeli-Ahig James, Victor, Kelvin, and Worshime.
-Leona Apenteng was adjourned as the best female athlete.
-Emmanuel Budu-Annor (Most Valuable Player of the competition)
-Emmanuel Budu-Annor (Top goalscorer)