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Medeama stay top in Ghana Premier League

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Hearts, Kotoko falter on opening weekend

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Top sides scale through in cup action

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GHANAIAN PREMIER LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 Aduana Stars 4 2 6 14
15 Ebusua Dwarf 3 5 6 14
16 Wa All Stars 2 4 8 10
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Medeama stay top in Ghana Premier League

Medeama have gone two points clear at the top of the Ghana Premier League after beating Wa All Stars to confine the former champions to the bottom of the standings.

Kwame Boateng scored twice from the penalty spot, while another brace from Kwesi Donsu helped the Tarkwa side to a 4-1 win at the TNA Park. The result makes it seven wins out of seven at home in the league this season.

While Medeama are flying high, Wa All Stars are struggling, having not won in eight matches and remaining bottom of...

Hearts, Kotoko falter on opening weekend

Inter Allies set the early pace in the new Ghana Premier League season as traditional giants Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko faltered to draws on the road.

The new season finally got off the ground on Saturday after two rounds of legal challenges stalled it, and it is Allies who lead on goal-difference after getting off the blocks quickly with a dominant display at home to Bechem United.

Nigerian striker Victorien Adebayor scored twice in 3-0 win, but the opening goal of the new season came...

Top sides scale through in Ghana cup action

Samed Ibrahim of AshantiGold
Samed Ibrahim of AshantiGold

The MTN FA Cup last four will be dominated by Premier League sides after three won their quarterfinal matches on Sunday.

Accra Hearts of Oak and Medeama went through at the expense of lower league opposition, while Wa All Stars won the all Premier League affair against Berekum Chelsea.

The fourth quarterfinal, between Kotoko and NEA Salamina, was postponed because the Porcupine Warriors were deemed to be medically unfit to return to the field after their motor accident earlier in the month. If they...