Defending champions Orange made a big splash into the women’s finals with a sound 7-0 thrashing of former champions Heartlands of Nigeria. Orange dominated all aspects of the game from the blowing of the starting whistle to the sound of the ending hooter. The well-oiled Orange machinery, combining a good mix of youthful agility and
An exciting day of hockey at the ACCC 2016 ended with joy and pain for some clubs. Significantly, for the first time in the 28 years history of the Competition, Sharkia Men’s Club, record 22 times winners of the competition, will not make it to the finals as they missed out on a semifinal place.
The club was founded in 1972. It is based in Accra, capital city of Ghana. It was formerly known as Bank of Ghana Hockey Club before being changed to Exchequers Hockey Club to reflect the name of the National Exchequers of the Central Bank of Ghana. It is one of the top clubs in Ghana.
The Ghana Revenue Authority hockey ladies team was given birth by the former Customs, Excise and Preventive service after the merging of the three (3) Revenue institutions in Ghana made up of the VAT Service, the Internal Revenue Service and the Customs, Excise and Preventive Service. The team was established to get the service to
Founded: 1972 Membership: 90 active players most are tertiary students with approximately 20 being young upcoming professionals. Currently developing the WSC patron’s society. Number of Teams: 2 Teams: one men’s team and one women’s team Successes: Men’s Team The men’s team ranked 6th in Africa Cup of Club Championship held in Kampala, Uganda 2014 National
The Ghana Police Hockey women’s team was formed by Mr Gorman Ankrah and restructured by Supt. Rtd Twumasi Ankrah during the leadership of C/Inspector Rtd Sakyi of the blessed memory. Under its previous manager, ASP Miss Grace Ankomah and the current Manager Miss Comfort Aduonum, the team have won many local titles and international recognition. They
The team was formally formed by Mr Gorman Ankrah and reformed in the year 1997 by Supt. Rtd Mr Twumasi Ankrah under the leadership of G/Sgt Eric Adjei Obayah as the head coach and captained by G/Sgt Ackah Francis now the current coach; with manager G/Sgt Harrison Afrifa, the team has won four local titles