ATA News of 2016
So the year 2016 is drawing to a close and pleased to say was a great year for tennis activity in Ghana and for our friends Caribbean Coaching over in St. Lucia, with our Facebook page swathed in news and photos from how our aid has increased the participation of underprivileged third world youths in Africa and the Caribbean.
At the National Sports College, Winneba in Ghana, our main benefactors over the years, ran an Under 12,14 and 16 tournament where Ghana No.1 player Jeff Bagerbaseh donated his racket grips as his contribution to his Alma-mater.
A tennis training tour to Accra Sports Stadium in Ghana's capital city
US COLLEGE DREAM! 9 years ago on the Sporting Opportunities Tennis Project in Ghana we met Marcel - a talented 10 year old young Ghanaian boy who came to training with donated tennis equipment at the National Sports College, Winneba, 9 years later, we have heard the terrific news that he stuck with his talent for tennis and has now gained admission to US College, the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico!
Marcel as a young boy in 2007 and below playing in the Under 18's AJC in Tunisia
New teams of junior Ghanaian players emerging in new training and competitions at the Aviation Social Centre in Accra
In 2015, ATA donated new Wilson rackets and Head tennis balls from Sutton Tennis Academy, London UK to Caribbean Coaching in St. Lucia. One of these donated rackets was given to a young up and coming player called Ishmel Moise who has been working with the volunteer coaches and and United Through Sport Caribbean. With his new racket he swung his way into the Semi Finals in the KIA National Independence Tennis Tournament and secured the title of Boys Under 12's Champion in the 5th Annual Easter Junior Tennis Tournament.