The preliminary stages of the National Science and Maths Quiz is currently ongoing. Already regional champions have been declared for the Ashanti, Northern, Volta and Central regions. The competition is in the Greater Accra region and today, Wednesday, May 25, 2022 saw the last contest of the region as Labone SHS clashed with Achimota, Wesley Grammar School and St. John’s Grammar.
It was a lively contest as many imagined it will be. For Achimota School, all eyes were on them after the brouhaha that has surrounded them regarding the Achimota Forest and the parcels of land in the late Sir John’s will. Again, Achimota was under the microscope because of Tyrone Marghuy and the controversy that surrounded how he got admission as a Rasta student in the school. Last year it was reported that Tyrone has topped his Elective Maths class despite joining the class late.
Achimota started the contest brightly and dominated from round 1 to round 3. Indeed, they topped Labone by few points in the first 3 rounds. The last round was the game changer as Labone came back strongly. The final round started with Achimota leading with 45 points to Labone’s 43 points.
However, by the time the game ended Labone had finished with 50 points with Achimota with 48 points with Wesley Grammar and St. John’s Grammar all having 28 points apiece. Labone thus qualify for the semifinals of the regional contest.
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