This year's Ashanti Regional Inter-Schools competition going on in Obuasi is drawing a lot of attention and it's because of how entertaining it is. One of Ghana Premier league's youngest player, Clinton Doudo played for Osei Tutu SHS in today's round 32 knockout game.
Clinton Doudo had earlier helped his school to qualify to the round of 32 but sadly they were knocked out by Asanteman SHS.
Becham United's youngest player Clinton Doudo featured for his school, Osei Tutu SHS against Asanteman SHS but despite his quality and brilliance he could not save Osei Tutu from being knocked out.
The game ended in a goaless draw and that proceeded to penalties. The penalty ended in a 5-4 score in favor of Asanteman. This implies that, Osei Tutu SHS has been knocked out from the competition.
Asanteman has now qualified to the round of 16 of the Ashanti Regional Inter-Schools Competition. Currently the games are being played at the Obuasi Len Clay stadium.
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