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Ghana Squash Association Releases Official Men’s Ranking

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Evans Ayih is ranked No.1 in the National Squash Men's Ranking

The Ghana Squash Association has released the official national men’s ranking.

Updates to the latest ranking were shared at the end of the 2022 Men’s National Ranking Tournament which was held at the Tema Squash Racket Club in Community 5.

Meanwhile, the Executive Chairman of the Local Organising Committee for Accra 2023, Dr. Kwaku Ofosu-Asare, attended the event upon invitation by the Squash Association.

At end of the tournament, Evans Ayih emerged as the No.1 ranked player with Dimpson Duodu placing second.

Dimpson Duodu is ranked No.2 in the National Men’s Squash ranking

President of the Ghana Squash Association, Richmond Quarcoo, explained the rationale behind the tournament.

“The purpose of the tournament was to rank all players across the country. And, to select a national team and prepare them for the African Games. We’d not ranked our players for many years now,” he told Accra2023ag.com.

Mark Owiredu-Gyening Jnr

In addition, Mr. Quarcoo explained the mode of participation: “So for the first time, we are doing a national ranking. It was an open invitation to every squash player in the country to participate in the tournament. We had players from six regions. There were players from Accra, Tema, Ashanti Region, Central Region, Western Region, and Eastern Region.

Below is the official men’s ranking

  1. Evans Ayih
  2. Dimpson Duodu
  3. Clement Anafo
  4. Mark Owiredu-Gyening Jnr
  5. Victor Ablevi
  6. Ernest Anafo
  7. Francis Achure Johnson
  8. Francis Yaw Sekoh-Dadzie
  9. Samuel Nunoo
  10. Kofi Asante
  11. Emmanuel Efemor Mensah
  12. Jonathan Buerteye Addo
  13. Stephen Nestar Adjei
  14. Dominic Owiredu-Gyening
  15. Edem Glymin
  16. Maxwell Amoako
  17. Eric Owusu-Mensah
  18. Agustine Ato Ashun
  19. Takasi Nyande
  20. Frederick Doegah
  21. Linus Fiifi Aidoo
  22. Christian Ofori
  23. Emmanuel T. Y. Turkson
  24. Theophilus E. K. Kwami
  25. Kwame Kyei
  26. Louis Osei-Tutu
  27. Rashid Mohammed
  28. Daniel Acquah
  29. Borbi Anani
  30. Kwame Henebeng
  31. Patrick Blay
  32. Francis Danso
  33. Herbert Amoah
  34. Leslie Adjei
  35. Foster Didemudo
  36. Bernard E. Coffie
  37. Iyad Hattoum

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