With several games to go into the tournament Aisha believed her team can stay pull the tricker, if her teammates concentrate well about the championship.
The Deltas girls sit at top of the female basketball table, and have recently dumped Destiny Queens 61 to 44 points, to book their last ticket in the ‘Big Four’ which Aisha was the most outstanding player in the match.
The potent forwarder, 10, who was very much instrumental in putting her team at the helm, said her anxiousness about taking the championship is intended to encourage her teammates to focus on the title.
The young and energetic player who started her Basketball career at the Young Men Christian Association (YMCA) on Crown Hill was a recipient of laurels and is said to be admired by so many Basketball fans and supporters.
Some of the decorations, she received include most intelligent awards, highest blocker, highest scorer, highest assist and highest steals.
Syllah, who played for the female basketball team of Len Miller High School, and won prestigious honor, such as the most valuable player, in the Inter School Sports Association [ISSA] League.
According to reports, based on her performance at the YMCA, she was extended an invite and subsequently became a member of Supreme Sisters Basketball Team, during the 2009/2010 Basketball League. Syllah’s astute feat gave her the captaincy band.
Currently, Syllah is in the first team and has been regarded as “Delta Wizard” by her friends.