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Ruthless OLY Continues Good Run of Form As Hearts And AshGold Succum To Defeats

Accra Great Olympics recorded their sixth win of the campaign against struggling King Faisal.
Charles Danso ,Samuel Ashia-Quaye and Michael Yeboah’s goals , ensured that the landlords of Accra win two games in a row to put them just a point behind leaders , Karela United. Frimpong Boateng managed a consolation for Faisal but they may be fighting against time to save their skins.

Dansoman based Liberty Professionals shared the spoils with Aduana stars as the scientific soccer lads still search for their third victory of the season after twelve round of matches.

Elmina Sharks managed to tame Eleven wonders at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman. The wonder club failed to recover from their 3-1 humbling at the hands of Bechem United.

In Cape coast , Hans Kwofie’s 77th-minute goal could only add up to his goal tally for the season as Daniel Korsah and George Asamoah ensured victory for the idekay boys after picking only a point from their previous two games.

The Dawu Theatre of Dreams confirmed its readiness to remain in the league with a comfortable 3-0 win over WAFA who annihilated Liberty Professionals at the WAFA on Sunday. Farhadu Suleiman and Issah Ibrahim’s brave kept the dream alive.

Berekum Chelsea put themselves two points from the relegation zone in a regional derby , beating Bechem United by 2-0.

Asante Kotoko were back to winning ways on Wednesday night at the Accra sports stadium . In form Kwame Opoku was brought down as the referee whistles for a penalty in the 67th minute. Guinean forward , Naby Laye Keita who was making his first start of the season , stepped up to convert from the spot to set the tone for a the battle for top spot at Ayinase when they take on Karela United.

Justice Blay showed once again how he loves scoring against Hearts of Oak as his 50th -minute strike handed the phobians their second consecutive loss in a space of five days.

Table toppers, Karela United played goalless with Legon Cities on Thursday afternoon taking their points tally to 22 after twelve games.

By: Steven Boadi

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