Source: - The Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) on the 13th of October 2015 embarked on a sensitization program to train sports teachers and introduce the game of rugby, specifically Tag Rugby, into primary and junior high schools in the La Dadekotopon Municipal Authority (LaDMA) District.

Source: - The home based Black Stars will host their Ivorian counterparts in the CHAN qualifying match to be played at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday October 18.

Source: - Power has been restored to the Accra Sports Stadium after the National Sports Authority (NSA) made a first tranche payment of GHc60,000 of a GHc240,000 debt owed the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG).

There was great excitement among the staff of the NSA at the stadium on Tuesday when the lights came back on having been disconnected for almost two months.

Source: GNA - The Senior National Hockey team, is currently camping at the Theodosia Okoh National Hockey Stadium, ahead of the Africa Hockey Olympics qualifiers, in South Africa.

The competition billed to start on October 23 -November 3, will see Ghana competing against eight other African countries including the host nation.

Source: - The President of the Ghana Football Association Kwesi Nyantakyi has attributed the lack of interest in the Ghana Premier League to the inundation of foreign league matches being shown across the country.

Source: GNA - National Sports Federations (NSF's) are set to present a petition to President John Dramani Mahama concerning the challenges confronting their outfits.  Speaking at a Press Conference at the Theodosia Okoh National Hockey Stadium on Tuesday, President of the Ghana

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - A former chairman of the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA), George Haldane Lutterodt, has blamed bad leadership and lack of foresight for Ghana’s below average performance in athletics at the recently ended All Africa Games in Brazzaville, Congo.

Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - The Omanhene of Essikado Traditional Area, Nana Kobina Nketsia V, has advocated a national plan for sports development in the country.

According to the articulate chief, Ghana can avoid several casualties in sports administration if there is a plan to guide the nation from repeating errors of the past.

Source: Class FM Ghana - Sports Minister Mustapha Ahmed should have resigned over the Black Queens’ winning bonus impasse, the President of civil society group IMANI-Ghana has said. 

Source: - Ghana international Andre Ayew maintained his starting role in the Swansea City team on Saturday when the Wales club entertained Everton in the English Premier League at the Liberty Stadium.