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Clash of the Titans!: KETASCO, PRESEC, Prempeh lock horns in NSMQ finals

KETASCO, PRESEC and Prempeh will battle it out at the finals of this year's NSMQ

Fri, 26 Nov 2021 Source: www.ghanaweb.com

NSMQ finals is today

KETASCO is first Volta school in NSMQ finals

PRESEC-Legon aiming for seventh win

It is going to be a showdown like never before for some particularly unique reasons when the representatives of the Prempeh College, Keta Senior High School, and the Presbyterian Boys Senior High School, take their seats for the finals of this year’s National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ).

KETASCO, the first-timers in this collection of finalists are also somehow the favourites, if not the team that the majority of followers of the competition will be looking out to watch and for the right reasons.

They are the first school from the Volta region to have made it this far in the competition’s history, and their rise to this fame has been on the back of many impressive showings.

Prempeh College, the four-times winners of the NSMQ, are looking for their first ultimate glory for a lot of other reasons.

Winning this, for one, would get them a little closer to the seeming masters of the competition, PRESEC, in terms of clout, and give them another bragging right as a competitor with a reckoning force.

But even better, with the finals of the 2021 NSMQ being held in Kumasi, Prempeh College – the all-boys school situated within the same city, would want to keep the trophy home.

And then there is PRESEC, the reigning champions of the NSMQ, with an impressive six total wins in the competition’s history.

Having achieved their 2020 campaign target of “Let’s talk about six,” the Legon Presbyterian Boys are now focused on living their new dream of “70 and "seven" a living God.”

Without a doubt, this Keta-Accra-Kumasi showdown in Kumasi will truly define who the true titan will be in this much anticipated clash.


But before that, below are the scores garnered by each of the schools in their respective competitions at both the Quarter Finals and Semi-Finals stages:


Semi Finals


Wesley Girls’ High School - 35

Tamale SHS – 31

Semi Finals


St Louis SHS - 51

Ghana National College - 45


Semi Finals


St Peter’s SHS - 34

Chemu SHS – 21

Quarter Finals


Swedru SHS - 49

Techiman SHS - 34

Prempeh College:

Semi Finals

Prempeh College – 67

Opoku Ware School – 59


Quarter Finals

Prempeh College – 67

Sogakope SHS - 30

Anglican SHS – 24

Source: www.ghanaweb.com
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