Golf News of Mon, 25 Jun 20180
Ghana Minigolf Federation schools competition ends on high
The maiden edition of Ghana Minigolf Federation (GMF) schools competition ended last Saturday with over 100 qualified finalists taking part from eight schools.
Qualified schools went through a competitive two rounds and later battled for supremacy in the finals for singles, male and females and doubles as well after a long day tee-off from 9 to 4 pm.
With a colorful ceremony held the winning schools' participants were awarded medals for their efforts and achievement.
The individual male winner Gold prize went to ABDEL MALIK, while the first runner-up Silver prize went to Emmanuel Nii Darko and the second runner-up Bronze prize went to NanaAgyemang Boateng.
The individual female winner Gold prize went to SHIKHA JASWAL, while the first runner-up Silver prize went to Michealina Opoku and the second runner-up Bronze prize went to Richna Amenyo.
In the doubles event, (male) Emmanuel Afotey and Jephta K. Boateng won Gold prize with the first runner-up Silver prize going to Anik Mukherjee and Ibrahim Toutoungi and with the second runner-up Bronze prize going to Nana Agyeman and Nee Ashitey.
The doubles (female) saw Rahma Zakaria and Michealina Opoku won Gold prize, with the first runner-up Silver prize going to Lina Fattal and Shikha Jaswal and with the second runner-up Bronze prize going to Richna Amenyo and Yvonne Ewusi.
Ghana Minigolf Federation, Media Director Mr. Fadi Fattal commended the participants highly for demonstrating great golfing skills.
“I congratulate all the schools for making the maiden edition grand and successful. Plans are in place for the upcoming national schools competition scheduled for the coming schools year calendar,” said Fattal.