442gh.com guest writer Gbordzor Promise takes a look at the performances of Volta region footballers taking part in the Premier Zone of the NC Special competition across the length and breadth of the country.
From the Crossby Awuah Memorial Park to the nation’s capital, the voltarians left their mark in the weekends with some stunning performances by some notable players.
The journey started from the Dawu Park as I witnessed titanic clash between Dream FC and Liberty Professional where Michael Agbekpornu playing 45 minutes of the action for the home side in their 0-0 at home to Liberty Professionals. Teammate and compatriot, Eric Gawu, lasted the full throttle for the believers.
Leonard Amasimeku and Michael Sefa made astonishing remarks of themselve in a Liberty Professional 0-0 drawn game against Dream FC while their teammate Prosper Avor was unused in the scientific soccer lads set up.
Elsewhere at the Nzema Aiyinase Crosby Memorial Park, Enock Treku Gator played a pivotal role in Karela UNited FC in a 1-0 win over Elmina Sharks to keep their home invincibility.
At the Accra Sports stadium was an endless jubilation for Kofi Kordzi as he scored for Hearts of Oak to help the Rainbow Family thrashed West African Football Academy by 4-0 after 90 minutes of soccer fiesta. The super sub rose the bench to add rosy moments to the flying Phobians.
Ivan Kpeglo watched action with his outfit Inter Allies FC from the bench as they suffered defeat in the hands of Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs at the Cape Coast Stadium. Albert Hammond won the game for the Crabs in the comeback win.
Prosper Ahiabu played the full throttle for WAFA FC as they were hammered 4-0 Hraets of Oak away in Accra. The enforcer jostled and hustled fruitlessly ass Accra Hearts of Oak run riot on home turf.
Richard Djodi scored to earn the vital point for the Miners AshGold against Berekum Chelsea 2-1 at the Len-Clay Stadium.
Injured Richard Senanu continued his stay on sick bed with Asante Kotoko enjoying a fallow period due to the unavailability of opponents, Wa All Stars FC, in the competition.
By: Gbordzor Promise