Week 7 of the 2021 Division One League Zone 1 campaign saw league-leaders Berekum Arsenal beat Nkoranza Warriors 1-0, the highest profile match in another round of the Zone.
Tamale City came from two goals to stun Wa Suntaa, and Young Apostles lost away to Mighty Royals, while RTU narrowly bettered Paga Crocodile.
Berekum Arsenal maintained their unbeaten start to the season on Saturday as they beat Nkoranza Warriors 1-0 at home and moved one point clear at the top of the table.
Ansu Kofi Patrick’s sixth league goal of the season were enough for home side to take all three points against an uninspiring Warriors.
Steadfast meanwhile broke into the top four as they beat Unity FC 2-1 at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium, Mohammed Sherif’s second goal in the last two games for Steadfast put the host in front before Alhassan Siisu doubled the lead. However Unity FC sparked a tensed second half when Ebenezer Oteng pulled one back.
But Mohammed Gargo will no doubt be satisfied with their fourth wins in the last four after holding on to pick all three points.
Bofoakwa Tano claimed an important three points at home to Techiman City , Daniel Wireko, Charles Asante and Sadam Dauda were on target as the Hunters claim their third win in their last four games and move them up the table to second.
Real Tamale United climbed to third of the Division One Zone 1 League table following their 1-0 away win over Paga Crocodile Stars. Abubakari Nawas’ 14th minute strike ensured that Coach Shaibu Ibrahim Tanko’s men continued their impressive run away from home. The victory also extended United’s overall unbeaten Division One League run to 4 games this season, which is the longest ongoing run for the club since their demotion in 2013.
Tamale City coach Hamza Mohammed was frustrated by his side’s “sloppy start” but praised their “brilliant football” as they moved to sixth in the on the table with a comeback victory over Wa Suntaa at the Malik Jabel Park.
B. A. United and Mighty Royals recorded hard-fought wins over Techiman City and Young Apostles, respectively, while Nsoatreman FC deepen the woes of Yendi Gbewaa FC when they beat them by 3-1 on Saturday.
By: Sey Mubarick