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Football News | Apr 6, 2004

Black Boys hold Dwarfs in a friendly match

GNA

Cape Coast, Apr. 6, GNA - Asamankese Black Boys, a second division side on Sunday played a spectacular game to hold Ebusua Dwarfs to a 2-2 drawn game in a friendly football match at the Cape Coast sports stadium.

Dwarfs on the onset of the game mounted an intense pressure on the visitors and opened scoring in the fourth minute through centre half Richard Quainoo.

The visitors accepted the challenge and hit back and in a series of raids in the vital area of Dwarfs, they earned a free kick in the 10th minute, which midfielder, Charles Hackman expertly took for the equaliser. Incensed by the equaliser, Dwarfs increased the tempo of their game forcing the tide in their favour with persistent pressure on the defence of Black Boys and in one of their moves inside right, Ekow Ghansah's goal-bound shot in the 26th minute was deflected into the net by Black Boys' full back Felix Antwi.

On resumption, the visitors took absolute control of the game and scored the much-needed equaliser in the 80th minute through right half back Samuel Ohene.

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