Matchday 14 wrap: Aduana Stars rise as Kotoko fall

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The Fire Boys maintain the chase of leaders Wafa with victory on Sunday but the Porcupine Warriors' woes continue

Aduana now tie Wafa at the top of the table after the former picked three points on matchday 14 in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.

Tanko Mohammed's goal handed the Fire Boys a 1-0 victory over Berekum Chelsea at Dormaa. 

Be that as it may, Wafa, who play Hearts of Oak in the last game of the matchday on Monday, still sit to top, thanks to a better goal difference.

Elsewhere, captain Samuel Sarfo scored twice as Liberty Professionals beat new boys Tema Youth 2-1 at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman. Malik Antri fetched the Harbour City Boys' consolation.

Reigning champions Wa All Stars suffered a shocking 1-0 home defeat to FA Cup holders Bechem United. Amed Toure's goal was the separating factor.

Prince Baffoe, Samuel Konney and Ismeal Ntefuni were on target in Inter Allies' 3-0 triumph over newly-promoted Bolga All Stars.

Prince Owusu netted for Ashgold but his lone goal was not enough to save the 2014-15 champions from a 4-1 defeat to Ebusua Dwarfs. Raphael Mensah (2x), Joseph Esso and Solomon Gyasi were on the score sheet for the Crabs.

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Medeama's clash with Elmina Sharks has been rescheduled due to torrential rains on Sunday.

But earlier in Saturday's only game, Great Olympics picked just their second season win on the pitch with a 2-0 victory over giants Asante Kotoko in Accra. Paul Fiatsi and Francis Atsu scored, leaving the Porcupine Warriors without a win in their last nine games in all competitions. 

 

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