Bergins Outreach Boosts Tennis Clubs in Ghana with Pickleball Equipment

In a remarkable move aimed at advancing sports development in Ghana, Bergins Outreach has launched a pioneering initiative to bolster tennis clubs across the nation with crucial equipment, including gear for the increasingly popular sport of pickleball.”

“Several tennis clubs, including St. Francis Tennis Club in Ashaiman, Adabraka Tennis Club, Ho Tennis Club, and Atomic Tennis Club, have gratefully received support from Bergins Outreach. The donation encompasses a diverse array of equipment, from rackets and tennis balls to shoes, apparel, and other essential materials crucial for training and the sport’s growth.”

“Gina Asiedu-Ofei, CEO of Bergins Outreach, expressed her enthusiasm for the initiative, citing the global surge in pickleball’s popularity. She emphasized the significance of empowering young athletes and aspires for Ghana to emerge as a formidable contender in pickleball worldwide.”

Pickleball has captured the attention of nations worldwide, and we are thrilled to witness Ghana’s embrace of the sport. Our objective is not only to nurture the talents of our youth but also to witness Ghana shine on the international pickleball stage.”Gina Asiedu-Ofei

“Francis Mainoo, Head Coach of St. Francis Tennis Academy, expressed gratitude to Bergins Outreach for their consistent support, noting the positive impact on the club and its players. Similarly, Yaw Adjei Agyepong, Vice Chairman of Atomic Tennis Club, praised Bergins Outreach for their generous contribution, acknowledging its role in fostering the development of young players.”

“With Bergins Outreach’s assistance, tennis clubs in Ghana are primed to enhance their training programs and compete at a higher level in both pickleball and tennis. This initiative marks a significant stride in the nation’s sports development journey, underscoring the importance of community-driven efforts in nurturing athletic talent.

Reporter: Enock Nii Sackey

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