By El-Amisty Nobo and Frederick Marfo
Glorious Hearts of Oak managed to put the ghost of Sogakope behind them on Friday as they washed relegation threatened Bolga All Stars aside at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Two goals in each half from striker Kwame Kizito and central defender Vincent Atinga earned the Phobians a sweet 4-0 victory over the Premier League new boys [Bolga All Stars].
Liberty Professionals failed to punish the West Africa Football Academy [WAFA] at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman, Accra despite having numerous goal scoring opportunities especially in the first half.
In fact, the scientific soccer lads [Liberty Professionals] should have finished the first half with at least 2-0 lead, but Benjamin Eshun and Gerard Arkson fired the chances that came their way into thin air.
The bumpy nature of the field affected the style of play of the soccer physicians [WAFA] who could hardly stroke seven passes together. The 0-0 result means that WAFA stay atop of the league log with 37 points whiles Liberty Professionals occupies the 12th position with 20 points.
A goal in each half from Hashmin Musah and Abdul Nassiru was enough for International Allies to secure a 2-0 victory over Elmina Sharks at the El Wak Stadium in Cantoment, Accra.
At the Wa Park, defending league champions [Wa All Stars] walloped Berekum Chelsea 3-0 thanks to David Abagna’s brace and a goal from Seth Amoateng.
AshantiGold Sporting Club were the only away winners on matchday 18 [1st day matches] as they beat Medeama Sporting Club by a lone goal through Richard Ocran strike at the Tarkwa T&A Park.
Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs laboured before picking a pulsating 1-0 win over Bechem United at the Cape Coast Stadium courtesy Stephen Bentil’s strike.
Below are the results at a glance:
Hearts of Oak 4-0 Bolga All Stars
Liberty Professionals 0-0 WAFA
Inter Allies 2-0 Elmina Sharks
Wa All Stars 3-0 Berekum Chelsea
Medeama SC 0-1 AshantiGold SC
Ebusua Dwarfs 1-0 Bechem United