Communications Manager for Rugby League Federation Ghana is basking in the gains made in making the sport in Ghana.Hilaria Wuaku tells ghanasportspage.com ‘Rugby League has come to stay’ as she lauds the the level of popularity that the sports is gaining in Ghana.
The internationally- acclaimed sport was introduced in Ghana in 2012, and is still gaining roots with a national league and a national team currently in existence.
Hilaria Wuaku, who also plays for Accra Panthers, has been at the forefront of the growth of the sport in Ghana, and days she is happy with the momentum.
“The Rugby League is here to stay and all stakeholders are ready to put all hands on deck to make it a recognised sports.”She continues: “There are a lot of people who are interested in the sports and I can boldly tell you, we are working towards putting things in place to get it move fast and hopefully we will get there.”
“The media is really pushing us well and I tell you, with the kind of publicity getting from the media both in Ghana and internationally, I bet you in no time RLFG will be a fearsome force to reckon with in the whole of Africa”, she adds.”I want to encourage more ladies to come on board and have a feel of this new sport.
By: Esther Osei(GSP1 MEDIA)