Ghana Premier League: Medeama, Ashgold, WAFA win away matches

Author: George Ernest Asare
Medeama in Action

 Tarkwa based Medeama SC continued to entrench themselves firmly on top of the league with a deserving 2-0 win over  Legon Cities at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday March 14.

A brace by top marksman Prince Opoku Agyemang  in the 12th and 29th minutes of the first half was all that Medeama needed to carry the day .

Agyemang  first announced  his presence on the field  in the 12th minute when he pounced on a lose ball from Nana Babil and fired a bullet which caught Legon Cities goalkeeper Winfred Komla ball watching

In the 29th minute,the Medeama striker who is gradually building a reputation as one of the leading strikers in the Ghana Premier League increased the tally for his side at a time  Legon Cities were striving to cancel the lead.

At the Akoon Park at Tarkwa, visiting Ashgold played a more determined  game  as they came from behind to  defeat Karela 2-1 to broaden the smiles on their fans.

After a scoreless first half, Diawisie Taylor broke the deadlock for Karela in the 65th minute  when he converted a penalty
A few minutes later  Samed Ibrahim  brought Ashgold at par  when he  headed in the equaliser, and in the 70th minute  Damlen Wobenu increased the tally for the visitors .

West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) also travelled to Berekum to defeat Chelsea 2-1 in a match that attracted many football fans to the Golden City Park

It was Eric Asamany who became the hero of WAFA when he connected home the match winner during injury time to secure the maximum points for his side .

Chealsea opened the scoring when  Stephen Amazonia connected a spot kick after Sampson Aegophony handled the ball in the box but  captain Abukir Ibrahim levelled up in 72nd minute before Asamany stole the show during injury time.

At the Nduom Park at Elmina, Sharks run away with a 2-1 victory over visiting Dreams FC.

Augustine Owusu scored  both goals for Sharks but Suleman Mohammed got a goal for  Dreams FC.

At Bechem, Aduana Stars held Bechem United to a goalless  draw, and at the Nana Ameyaw Park at Techiman, Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs also held Eleven Wonders to a 1-1 draw