Laboma Beach Resort has donated sports equipment to Ghana’s beach volleyball team ahead of the Commonwealth African Games qualifiers to be held March 24-29 in Accra.
Items featured include jerseys, a spotlight, and cons to aid in their preparations for competition.
Laboma Beach Resort General Manager Dr Albert Tetteh Botchway told the media: “We are making this presentation to the Black Spikers because the government is only focused on football and not on other sporting disciplines. So we thought it was wise to support the Spikers to make sure they have something to practice on until the tournament starts.”
The Vice President of the Ghana Volleyball and Beach Volleyball Association, Mr. George Tetteh, expressed his gratitude to the management of Laboma Beach Resort, adding that the team would not disappoint to emerge victorious from competition and qualify for the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, UK this year.
The Commonwealth Games qualifiers in Africa would see 12 countries compete at the Laboma Beach Resort in Accra.
The ultimate winner will qualify for the Commonwealth Games in July.