The Key Employment Youth Services 3 on 3 basketball tournament concluded yesterday. The competition has been running over the last 7 weeks under the eye of KEYS Coordinator Allan McKibbin. Each and every week, kids, teenagers to young adults turned up in droves to play at this awesome venue. A total of 6 teams all with a minimum of 5 players turned up to the West High Street venue to play some “Street Ball”. Last night concluded with a BBQ and presentation ceremony to the winners. This won’t be the last 3 on 3 tournament so stay tuned for news on the next tournament.
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