The Greater Accra Handball League will owe 3 more outstanding matches as week 25 fixtures will involve a week 23 outstanding match on Saturday, November 17, 2018.
Police versus Cantonment Youth, which should’ve been played on Friday, November 2, will now be honored on Saturday, at the Burma Camp at 12:30 pm. The tie which follows a series of matches to be played will be the last for the day.
While 4th place Cantonment Youth men push to be in the top three, 2nd place Police keeps the chase on leaders Prisons, who will begin the week 23 matches on Friday against Legonite at the Prisons Complex at 2 pm.
Meanwhile, a win for 3rd place Cantonment Youth women, who are yet to taste defeat in the second round, will be 4 clear points off 4th placed Airforce, who have played 1 more match than the former.
Leaders Police, with 30 points, can also t afford to lose the match as rivals Prisons, 2nd on the table with 16 matches played as against Police’ 17 are with 28 points.
Other matches to be played on Saturday has Army vs El-Wak Wings at 8:00 am, which will be followed by 2 men only matches; Asomdwe up against Fire at 10:30 pm and Lekma facing Airforce at 11:30 pm.
GAHA is advising all teams to keep to the time as a Walk over will be declared after 15 minutes delay.
The rest of the outstanding matches include Fire against Legonite, a week 17 fixture, Airforce versus El-Wak Wings, for week 20, and then Lekma playing Legonite for week 21.
In a related development, the Disciplinary Committee of the Association after their sitting on Thursday, November 8, has handed a 2-year ban each to Ghana Airforce player Mr Otis Mensah and Ghana Army player, Mr Kennedy Awuah for various misconducts during matches. The culprits are also to stay 150m away from Handball events within the year they are to serve the ban.
Players from other Clubs have also been given several degrees of punishments for their various misbehavior which include fighting during matches.