Asante Kotoko’s latest winless streak in the Premier League continued with another defeat in Wa.
The Porcupine Warriors went down 1:0 to All Stars courtesy a goal by Kweku Baffuor Asuandzie, and Kotoko have now gone five matches without a win in the league since beating WAFA on week seven.
Kotoko have since lost significant ground in the title race, slipping down from the top of the table to third and seven points behind leaders WAFA.
Leaders WAFA continued with their incredible run in the league with a fifth successive win. The leaders beat Bolga All Stars 2:0 with Caleb Amankwah and Gideon Waja scoring the match winner.
In Dormaa Ahenkro, second placed Aduana Stars thrashed Tema Youth 3:0 to keep up pace with leaders WAFA. Noah Martey, Nathaniel Asamoah and Tank Mohammed Ismail got the goals for Aduana to keep them at second-place, and a point behind.
Elmina Sharks held Hearts of Oak to a 1:1 draw in Accra, in another impressive away result by Sharks. Joseph Mensah gave the visitors the lead but Winful Cobbinah equalised to rescue a point for the Phobians.
Nicholas Gyan continued his fine scoring form for Ebusua Dwarfs as he was the main man again in their 1:0 home win over Berekum Chelsea in Cape Coast. Ebusua Dwarfs.
C. K. Akonnor started his Ashantigold job on a losing note after his team went down 1:0 to Inter Allies at the El Wak Park in Accra. Prince Baffoe was the hero as he got the only goal of the match for Inter Allies.
In Dansoman, Liberty Professionals were held to a 0:0draw by Great Olympics. Olympics put all the mid-week headlines behind them to grab a valuable point in Dansoman.
On Saturday, Medeama defeated Bechem United 2:0 with Paul scoring a first half penalty before Amos Korankyi scored to seal the win for Medeama.