Access Bank DOL Roundup Zone 1A and B: Debibi go top after late strike, Nkoranza Warriors thrash Unity as B. A United frustrate Bofo in a goalless Derby


In Zone 1B

Bofoakwa Tano missed their chance to stump their authority and move to the summit of Zone 1B of the AccessBank Division One League after being held to a bruising 0-0 draw by rivals B. A United in a spiteful Sunyani derby on Sunday.

This was the first of many local derbies to come this season, but there was little festive cheers on display at the Sunyani Coronation Park Bofoakwa Tano battered B. A United with Series of bruising challenges.

Bofoakwa Tano could have won the day, however Abuu Enock missed the best chance for Bofo when he missed from Six Yard after his side was awarded a penalty, 15 minutes to the end of the game.

Young Apostles early charge to the new campaign continued as they edged Berekum Arsenal to make it two wins out of two. Issac Baffour was on hand to hand them the win that put Young Apostles on top of the Zone 1B table after week two.

Baffour Soccer Academy recovered from their first day defeat to beat Mighty Royals, sending signals of their intentions to gain promotion to the Premier League. Goals from Bismark Agyei, Emmanuel Adaoma Boateng and Kwame Antwi Frimpong condemned the Royals to one of their heaviest defeats in the competition.

The biggest result of the week was recorded at the Golden City Park in Berekum where Nkoranza Warriors hammered Unity FC 6-1. Braces from Kwasi Ofosu and Jacob Okrah coupled with Amankwah Prince Osei and Richard Yeboah goals to move Warriors to four points after two games.

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In Zone 1A

Eleven Wonders came from a goal down to pick their first three points of the season as Phillip Adom strike late to defeat Maana SC in Techiman.

Wonders made a return to the se ond Tie after been relegated last season and made a poor start to the season after losing their opening game back in the Division One League. However, they recovered from a slow start to pick all points against the newly promoted Maana SC.

Debibi United needed Issac Baffour’s late strike to deny Steadfast FC of a draw as they made it two wins out of two with a 1-0 on Sunday. Enose Adepa’s side started off with a massive win against Eleven Wonders last week but had a tough opponents in Steadfast, who themselves had beaten Wa Suntaa 3-0 on day one.

Kunbung Binbiem FC won their first game in the competition when they came back a goal down to beat Wa Yassin 2-1 at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium. Goals from Bernard Adu and Umar Alhassan were enough to earn Binbiem a huge win after Yakubu Shaibu had given Wa Yassin the lead.

By: Sey Mubarick


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