Bofoakwa Tano in a hard fought game at the Sunyani Coronation Park edge past Nsoatreman FC to temporarily moved to the summit of the zone one league table.
With Berekum Arsenals, Tamale Steadfast, Tamale City and Real Tamale United yet to honor their match day 16 fixtures, Bofoakwa Tano are top of the table after a hard fought 0-2 victory over Nsoatreman FC at the Sunyani Coronation Park in a Friday fixture.
With their inform striker in their lineup there was nothing for the Sunyani based club to fear as he has already found the back of the net 9 times in 15 games this season.
The only player to have done better done his is Berekum Arsenals Ansu Kofi Patrick who has netted 10 times.
Bofoakwa came into the game sitting on fourth place with 28 points, trailing leaders Berekum Arsenals with 3 points and two points each for Tamale City, Steadfast and RTU respectively.
Nsoatreman FC on the other hand had to honor this game in Sunyani after the FA banned them from using their match venue for fans inciting violence and threatening of match Officials.
After kickoff it didn’t take much time for the Sunyani based club to opened the scoring through their goal poacher Welbeck Takyi. That goal was his 10th goal of the season matching Ansu Kofi Patrick numbers. That goal was enough to give them the lead before the half-hour break.
After the first department of the game had ended and a resumption of the second half, it took Bofoakwa Tano only two minutes to double their lead through Welbeck Takyi again, he double his tally and also heads front in the goal scoring chat with 11 goals one ahead of Ansu Kofi Patrick of Berekum Arsenals.
What does the results meant? Bofoakwa Tano are currently the leaders of the Zone One League table until Saturday and Sunday where a number of the top four clubs will be in honouring their games.
Nsoatreman FC on the other hand will still maintained their current position at 8th place with 21 points until all the match day 16 fixtures are completed.
Bofoakwa Tano are in a serious battle with three of the Northern clubs, whose hunger to return to the Premiership is far more than a wounded lion. The Northern Region since RTU were relegated from the Ghanaian topflight is yet to have a representative. Joining them in the contest is Berekum Arsenals who have tasted defeat only twice so far in the zone, the least for now.
By Saaka Yakubu Issah