Ghana National handball referee, Eric Sena Adjeyi said Ghana Education Service and the Ghana University Sports Association Games (GUSA) have made the game constantly grow in Ghana.
He told www.aclsports.com that handball is being played at Basic, Junior and senior secondary schools as well as the University levels.
Adjeyi who hails from Come, Akome Agate in the Volta Region said the national federation needs to do massive restructuring and work on getting better facilities.
He said, “The game is constantly developing especially with the Ghana Education Service and their Sports Festivals as well as the Ghana University Sports Association Games (GUSA Games just like NUGA Games in Nigeria).
“These two entities, through their coaches and Physical Education Teachers have done a massive work of making handball well known among students and pupils. Handball is being played at Basic, Junior and senior secondary schools as well as the University levels”.
Adjeyi who is also known as Pamplo further said, “The National Federation needs to do massive restructuring and work on getting better facilities. We are still playing our handball outdoor but need indoor courts”
The Come born official said, “The most active region though remains the Greater Accra Handball Association based in Accra that runs constant league year in year out with not less than 12 male and 10 female teams. Teams in the Greater Accra League are a blend of the Security Services and civilian teams.
“Fortunately, I also happened to be the Secretary General for Greater Accra Handball Association for the past 2 years with 2 more years to go”.