Tribute to the first and foremost goes to the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation as an institution for the role it played in the revival of Netball in Ghana in 1985 which lead to the formation of the Netball Association of Ghana.in 1988
It is also important to mention Fiifi Hesse, Director General of G.B.C in (1985,-1990)Mr. Owusu Prempeh the Deputy Director General of GBC, Mrs Alvinia Tanor chairperson of the G.B.C Ladies Association in 1985, Cecil Grabble and Theo Agban of the GBC Radio news room for the contribution to the revival of Netball in Ghana .
The early pioneers in the field who worked tirelessly in umpiring and coaching to ensure that the revival was on course, such as Esther Lily Nkansah formerly of SIC, Seth Ako Tetteh of the La wireless Schools, la Accra, Akwetey Adjah of the Kaajaano Presby church, Accra, late Nana Amponsah of teshie –Estate preparatory school, Mrs. Serwaa Tong then Deputy Regional P.E organizer of the Greater Accra office of the Ghana Education service Seth Annang Botchey, former P.E Tutor of the St. Andrews Teacher training college and later Greater Accra Regional Sports organizer of the National Sports Council.
Other names that came to mind are Mr. S.A Charway formerly of the National Sports Council,were David Adeen of the Roman Catholic Basic School, Teshie, madam Josephine Comfort Ofori of Akwapim South office of the GES and Merss Cyril Quao and Kofi Asamoah Acheampong all of Accra, also worthy mentioning is Mr. John Annang and Gogo for their contribution, Madam Janet Nikoi for their dedication service to the development and promotion of Netball over the years, Apostle Dr. Kwadjo Safo of the Kristo Asafo mission and finally group captain Ben Cole whose fore sight helped to bring Netball to the National Sports Council.
Finally to all the unknown warriors whose efforts have helped to revive and sustain netball in Ghana.