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Matchday 5 Results

League Table
EBUSUA DWARFS
0 0 NEW EDUBIASE UNITED
As has been the case this season, the opening weekend game took place on Saturday, as Ebusua Dwarfs - playing home away from home at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium, played out a goalless draw with FA Cup holders New Edubiase United. Dwarfs were the better side by a margin, but they failed to make their opportunities count, denying them a win. The only yellow card of the game went to Dwarfs skipper Stephen Aidoo. Dwarfs and Edubiase maintained 12th and 14th place on the log respectively.
ASANTE KOTOKO 2 0 BEREKUM ARSENALS
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RTU 0 2 MEDEAMA
A goal in either half from Kabiru Imoro and Masawudu Suleman meant Bashir Hayford's in-form Medeama went all the way to Tamale to bag all three points. The win meant RTU would have to wait another week in their pursuit of a first win since their return into the Premier League. The result left the Pride of the North rooted at last but one, whilst Medeama further consolidated their firm grip at the top with a three-point gap.
WA ALL STARS
1 1 TEMA YOUTH
At the Wa Park, All Stars almost paid for an error against Tema Youth, as a 72nd minute howler in the form of a back pass allowed Youth's Francis Narh to put the visitors in front. The lead was, however, albeit very late on, cancelled out, as Samuel Azumah saved their blushes five minutes from the end with an equaliser. The draw meant Tema Youth maintained 4th spot whilst All Stars maintained 8th.
BEREKUM CHELSEA
2 0 HEARTS OF OAK
At the Golden City Park in Berekum, Chelsea faced Hearts of Oak in what was billed as the top liner for the weekend. Berekum Chelsea were in search of a win to possibly usurp Medeama SC at the top, whilst the Phobians were looking to bounce back after two back to back defeats. Goals from returnee marksman Eric Bekoe and Latif Salifu helped the former champions to an emphatic win, leaving Hearts with their third consecutive defeat, as well as plummeting to 13th place. MATCH REPORT
LIBERTY PROF
2 0 ADUANA
Liberty, playing at home at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman, grabbed their first win of the season after seeing out 2009-10 champions Aduana Stars 2-0. Liberty's Kennedy Ashia bagged a second half double (his third and fourth of the campaign) to help the Dansoman-based club finally rise from the bottom of the log, moving up to 9th place.

ASHANTI GOLD
1 0 KING FAISAL
As In the second game played at the Len Clay Stadium this weekend, home side Ash Gold won narrowly against a resurgent King Faisal side, with top marksman Yakubu Mohamed netting a second half penalty (his fourth of the season). The win catapulted the miners to the third spot, whilst Faisal dropped to 6th.

Amidaus Professionals
2 2 HEART OF LIONS
 In an exciting four-goal thriller, Lions had to come from behind twice to force a draw with an impressive Amidaus side, all confident and playing at home at the Tema Stadium. In form star man Yahaya Mohamed netted a brace for Amidaus (also his third and fourth of the campaign), with Prince Acquah and Benjamin Fadi scoring to even things out from the Lions' camp. The draw left Lions just a place above Amidaus on the log in 10th place with only a point more. Interestingly, the goal king race took an early peculiar twist, with two of the top scorers (Kennedy Ashia and Yahaya Mohamed) all scoring a brace over the weekend, which created a uniform tie at four goals each. Ash Gold's Mohamed Yakubu also took his tally to four, joining the duo at the top.

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