WAFA Flatten Hearts, Olympics Hold Kotoko In Kumasi

WAFA dished out a beat down to Hearts at the Red Bull Arena in Sogakope in Week 17 of the Ghana Premier League after winning 5-0.

Majeed Ashimaru, Ibrahim Abdulwahab, Daniel Lomotey (2 goals), Ibrahim Abukar gave the home side the biggest win of the round.

The win sent WAFA back to the top of the table on 35 points ahead of Aduana Stars who lost 3-2 to Berekum Chelsea on Saturday at the Golden City Park.

Alfred Okai Quaye got a hat-trick for Chelsea while Zakaria Mumuni and Bright Adjei scored for Aduana Stars.

In Kumasi, Kotoko drew 1-1 with Great Olympics. David Agodorme put Olympics ahead but Saddick Adams scored the equaliser for Kotoko.

Kotoko are 5th on 25 points while Olympics are 12th on 19 points.

Elmina Sharks beat Medema 2-0 at the Ndoum Stadium thanks to goals from Emmanuel Otoo and Farouk Adams.

AshantiGold got a rare win after beating Dwarfs 3-0 at the Len Clay Stadium. Richard Ocran got two goals and Hans Kwoffie got the other to give the Miners 16 points while Dwarfs are 8th on the league table.

Bolga All-Stars drew 1-1 with Inter Allies in Tamale. A Latif Abukare own goal put Allies in the lead in the 13th minute but Ibrahim Giyasu levelled for Bolga All Stars.

Bechem United beat defending league champions Wa All Stars 2-0 with the goals coming from Wontah Konkoni Hafiz and Ahmed Toure.

Tema Youth and Liberty Professionals drew goalless at the Tema Park.

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