For the first appearance, the women team of UENR cross-country managed to place third ahead of UG and KNUST. This 3rd position is a big milestone for the university community.
In addition, the men cross country team also placed 5th ahead of KNUST and UDS to indicate that all is not lost. This is a clear indication that the project which has started has a promising end if given some time to mature.
The registrar Mr. Panford Solomon Esq. and the chairman of UENR sports and recreation, Prof Simon Abugre took turn to encourage the athletes to persevere in all their endeavour and also advised them to challenge themselves for excellence. They were cocksure, UENR will one day become a force to reckon with. The contingent for the 26th edition of the GUSA games at UG were: Nina Abotenkemah, Helena Carbo, Adusei Racheal, Portia Aboagye, Selina Soapa, Kyei Nyarko Daniella, Frimpong Deborah Opoku, Dramani Rahinatu, Ruth Oppong
The men’s team were: Abel Aselise, Ali Abbas Shaban Mohammed, Oduro Samuel, Amankwatia Michael, Abraham Accam Nungmete, Emmanuel Nkrumah Arthur, Bashiru Mohammed, Laboni Samuel, Martin Atta Awuni, Joseph Boateng, and Manu Anthony Jnr