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RTU in dangerous flirt with drop



They are bottom of the league - have been there for weeks - and on Saturday, Real Tamale United stayed there. Amidaus helped the northern side to face relegation more squarely after beating RTU 3-1.

The game was played in RTU's temporary home at the Baba Yara Stadium due to their home ban. Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Isaac Ofori scored on his competitive debut for Amidaus just under the half hour mark.

Yahaya Mohammed extended the lead with a quarter of an hour to finish the game. It is his eleventh of the season.

Former AshGold player Mohammed Aminu looked like he was going to restore hope with a goal, before Real Tamale United were hit by an Amidaus third from Selasi Adjei sealed it.

It means Amidaus are now third in their debut season in the league.

Elsewhere on Saturday, it took 70 minutes for Edubiase to take three points against Berekum Arsenal, winning 1-0 from a Souleman Mamoud goal.

Week 16 results

Hearts 1-0 King Faisal

Tema Youth 4-0 Medeama

Dwarfs 2 - 0 Aduana Stars

Wa All Stars 1 - 0 Heart of Lions

Berekum Chelsea 0-0 AshGold

Kotoko 3 - 3 Liberty

RTU 1-3 Amidaus (Saturday)

Edubiase 1-0 Berekum Arsenal (Saturday)



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