Aduana FC extended their lead at the top of the betPawa Premier League table to four points following their 2-0 home win over Kotoku Royals on Thursday.
This was a comfortable win for the league leaders in this Matchday 12 fixture played at the Nana Agyeman Badu I Park, Dormaa-Ahenkro.
Coach Paa Kwesi Fabian's side are now four points ahead of reigning champions Asante Kotoko who could only manage a draw in their game against Tamale City FC played on Wednesday.
First half goals by Emmanuel Gyamfi and Stephen Badu, won the three points for the Fire Lads who will look to build on this performance for the rest of the campaign as they chase a third Ghanaian top-flight title.
Kotoku Royals are firmly rooted to the foot of the table after 12 matches in the league, and do need to redouble their efforts if the hope to remain a top-flight side next season.
In the other games played this afternoon, Accra Great Olympics came from two goals down to draw 2-2 at home to Bibiani Gold Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium as they seek their first win in six league games.
Richmond Manu and Ebenezer Aboagye gave the Miners a 2-0 lead, but Great Olympics fought back gamely to earn a share of the spoils as Emmanuel Antwi and Aryeetey Ayikwei drew them level with late goals.
Gold Stars are fourth on the table five points behind leaders Aduana FC with Great Olympics down in the 13th position.
Real Tamale United continued with their good form with an impressive 3-1 home win over Accra Lions at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium, Tamale.
RTU are sixth on the table with 18 points, just a point behind Lions who are fifth on the ladder.
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