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WA All Stars enhanced their chances of winning this season’s Premier League after defeating Dreams FC 3-1 at the Malik Jabir Park in WA, thanks to a hatrick by Emmanuel Ocran. Ben Quansah got the consolation for Dreams.
Kotoko dropped points at home after drawing goalless with Berekum Chelsea at the Babayara Sports Stadium.

Accra Hearts of Oak narrowed their chances of winning the League title after suffering a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Bechem United at the Bechem Park. Abednego Tetteh got a hatrick for the home side whilst Joseph Owusu Bempeh scored the consolation for the visitors.

Emmanuel Osei Baffour’s lone strike for Ashanti Gold was enough to hand them the 3 points at home after defeating Sekondi Hasaacas 1-0 at the Lane Clay Stadium .

Komlan Agbegniadan and Bright Adjei scored for WAFA and Aduana Stars respectively as both team shared spoils at the Sogakope Park.

Liberty Professionals managed to hold Techiman City to a 1-1 stalemate at the Ameyaw Ekumfi Park.

Enoch Attah Adjei scored a brace as Medeama SC defeated Ebusua Dwarfs 2-0 at the Takwa T&A Park.

Inter-Allies moved out of the relegation zone after hammering New Edubiase 4-0 at the Tema Park. Prince Baffoe got a brace with Ropapa Mensah and Emmanuel Nettey getting the other goals for the home team who moved to 14th on the table.


Allies 4-0 Edubiase

Bechem 3-1 Hearts

KOTOKO 0-0 Chelsea

AshGold 1-0 Hasaacas

WAFA 1-1 Aduana

Techiman City 1-1 Liberty

WA 3-1 Dreams

Dwarfs 0-2 MEDEAMA
Source: ghanasportsonline.com

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