Relegation-threatened Inter Allies scuttled the championship ambitions of Karela United with 2-0 win on matchday 19 of the Ghana Premier League (GPL) at the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu on Sunday.
It was Inter Allies first win after four matches in the league as relegation is stirring at them.
Nafiu Suleman and Samuel Armah scored two fire splitting goals in the second half to ensure that Allies grabbed their first win in four matches.
Karela United was lucky not to have conceded early in the game as they cleared off Kingsley Fedelis Kuku goal-bound shot in the 10th minute.
Allies, who are using the Theater of Dreams as their adopted home ground were more eager for the opener but failed to grab it after 69 minutes.
Suleman broke the deadlock in the 70th minute.
With eight minutes left on the clock, Inter Allies were awarded a penalty which was expertly converted by Armah as the hosts doubled their lead.
Inter Allies held on to pick their first win of the second round and to keep the fight against relegation in good standing.
However, they are still sitting at the bottom of the Premier League table with 16 points after 19 matches.