Great Olympics

Accra Great Olympics secured top spot at the start of the second round after defeating Medeama SC 1-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium last Friday.

Samuel Abbey Ashie Quaye’s solitary strike was enough to secure the spoils for the Wonder Club who stretched their unbeaten home run to five.

Kumasi Asante Kotoko had to share the points with Eleven Wonders same as they did in the first round.

Fabio Gama’s debut goal for the Porcupine Warriors was cancelled out by Samuel Boakye’s late first-half strike.

Hearts recorded a comfortable 2-0 victory against Aduana Stars who have been tough opponents for the Phobians at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Victor Aidoo scored from the penalty spot in the first half while an own goal by Hafiz Adams in the late stages of the game ensured three points for the Phobians who are now third on the league log.

AshantiGold SC recorded a crucial point away at Karela United who have been ruthless on home turf while King Faisal were also held at home by West African Football Academy (WAFA).

Benjamin Boateng’s late gasp strike for Elmina Sharks was enough to edge Ebusua Dwarfs 1-0 at the Ndoum Sports Stadium.

Goals from Emmanuel Annor and Boakye Annor ensured Bechem United eased past struggling side Liberty Professionals.

Below are the full results of week 18:

Accra: Great Olympics 1-0 Medeama

Dormaa: Berekum Chelsea 2-1 Legon Cities

Dawu: Dreams FC 1-1 Inter Allies

Elmina: Elmina Sharks 1-0 Ebusua Dwarfs

Bechem: Bechem United 2-0 Liberty

Anyinase: Karela United 1-1 Ashanti Gold SC

Techiman: King Faisal 0-0 WAFA

Techiman: Eleven Wonders 1 – 1 Kotoko

Accra: Hearts 2-0 Aduana Stars

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