Aduana Stars recorded their second straight win and as well deepened the woes of West Africa Football Academy on Saturday.
The “Ogya Boys” made slow start to the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season with an opening 1-1 draw at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park in Anyinase in the first week. They returned to the Nana Agyemang Badu Park in the second week and suffered a heavy 3-1 defeat to King Faisal much to the disappointment of the home fans. Their week three was an improved performance from the second week defeat to King Faisal at home. The held defending champions, Hearts of Oak to a 1-1 draw at the Accra Sports Stadium to give some hope to the folks in Dormaa.
Their week four games was a good result against premier league returnees, Real Tamale United at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park. They beat RTU by 5-1 in a rescheduled fixture to bring back much hope to the Dormaa fans and the club’s teeming supporters. The week five encounter gave them another win away from home to further build their points and a hope for a top four chase. The beat Legon Cities FC at the Accra Sports Stadium. The club’s talisman, Yahaya Mohammed scored the only goal from a thunderbolt in the first half.
The 3-0 win over West Africa Football Academy is the straight win for the club and more points build up. They now have 11 points and gets closer to leaders, Asante Kotoko who have 13 points and yet to clear their week six game against King Faisal at the Baba Yara Stadium Stadium on Sunday. Hafiz Adams scored the opening goal for Aduana Stars before former Asante Kotoko winger and captain, Emmanuel Gyamfi scored two goals to end the game at 3-0 for the “Ogya Boys.”
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