The Ghana Teqball Federation has donated two Teqball tables and two Case 5 Teqball balls to the Ghanaman Centre of Excellence in Prampram for recreational use.
The materials were handed by the Ghana Teqball Federation’s General Secretary, Linda Poku, and Technical Director, Nana Yaw Kwakye.
Prosper Harrison Addo (Esq.), the Ghana Football Association’s General Secretary, accepted the items on behalf of the GFA and the national teams.
Teqball is a curved-table ball sport that incorporates aspects of football and table tennis. The participants alternate hitting the football with any part of their body save their arms and hands. Teqball can be played as a singles game between two players or as a doubles game between four players.
The Ghana Football Federation is led by Kofi Poku, the Vice Chairman of the Ghana Football Association’s MTN FA Cup committee.