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Chelsea suffer Dwarfs drubbing



Berekum Arsenals beat Ashgold for their first win for the season, as Rashid Sumaila also got his first goal for Kotoko in their away victory. Robin Gnagne also got his debut Hearts goal in their home win.

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Yahaya Mohammed is having a great season. The year did not start well, with well documented problems, but a move to Tema side Amidaus is doing wonders for him. Together with the birth of his child, the year has really turned round for him.

The player got his fifth of the season as Medeama could not beat his Amidaus side in Tarkwa. It finished 2-2.

Berekum Chelsea have not conceded more than three away goals this season, but they did on Sunday. Dwarfs dismembered the Blues 4-1 in a charged game at the Robert Mensah Stadium.

It was a fitting display for Dwarfs - now second - who have just returned to the grounds after a 12-match ban from last season. The highlight was Francis Atuquaye, who scored two on the day, with Chelsea's Bismark Idan getting the Blues' only goal, taking them down to fifth.

For Hearts, now eighth, two quick second half goals ensured a tight game became Phobian property as Hearts won 2-0 against Liberty Professionals. Late second half goals came from Ivorian defender Robin Gnagne and hotshot Ashitey Ollenu. It's only Hearts' third win this season.

All the scores

Hearts 2-0 Liberty, Tema Youth 1-2 Kotoko, Edubiase 2-0 RTU, Dwarfs 4-1 Chelsea, Arsenals 1-0 AshGold, King Faisal 0-0 Wa All Stars, Medeama 2-2 Amidaus.



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