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29.06.2005 Sports News

Prince Tagoe joins Bukari on top of Chart

GNA

Accra, June 29, GNA - Heart of Oak's Prince Tagoe, one of the consistent scorers in the 11 week old GT Premiership joined Heart of Lions, Sadart Bukari on top of the scorers chart with seven goals apiece after mid week matches played on Wednesday.

Tagoe who trailed Sadat by a goal going into today's matches, scored both goals for Hearts in their 2-1 victory over battling Berekum Arsenals.

Sadat was also on target but was able to find the back of the net once when his team, Lions beat visiting Okwawu United 2-0 at Kpando.

7 - Sadart Bukari (Lions) Prince Tagoe (Hearts)

5 - Shaibu Yakubu (Ashgold) Eric Gawu (Faisal)

4 - Daniel Acquah (Kotoko), Alfred Nii Larbi (Hearts) Ekow Ghansah (Dwarfs) Francis Aggrey (Arsenals) Toufik Alolo (RTU)

3 - Michael Helegbe, Kofi Nti Boakye, Mustapha Essuman, Peter Ofori Quaye (Liberty) Francis Bossman (Hearts) Ben Moses Andoh (Hasaacas) Samuel Ocran (Power) Douglas Nkrumah (Kotoko) Habib Mohammed (Faisal) Eric Bekoe (Lions)

2 - Michael Amissah-Isaidoo (Dwarfs) Anthony Annan (Hearts) Awudu Alhassan (Hasaacas) Eric Adu-Poku, Alex Asamoah (Arsenal) Anas Mohammed (Hotspurs) Danladi Sherif, Mahammed Abubakari (Feyenoord) Michael Osei (Liberty) Emmanuel Nuhey (Bofoakwa) Philip Amoaku, Gafaru Abdulai (RTU) Awudu Adama (Power) Opoku Agyman, Emmanuel Osei Kuffour (Ashgold) Prince Antwi (Faisal) Daniel Bomfa (Kotoko)

1 - Bernard Don Bortey, Amankwah Mireku, Ablade Morgan, James Boateng (Hearts) Dan Acquah, Ellis Samuel, Kingsley Kwarteng, Anthony Davis (Hasaacas) Charles Asamoah, Francis Coufie, Moses Abban, Nana Yaw, Ben Adu Yeboah, Addoquaye Addo (Power) Alhassan Weah, Hamza Mahammed, Nurudeen Wemah, Akwesi Soale (RTU) Dramani Hamidu, Obed Ansah, Joseph Masiru, Anas Alidu (Lions) Osei Antwi, Kwabena Poku, Edward Owusu Prempeh, Sumaila Yahaya (Faisal) Stephen Amankwa, Prince Yebpah, James Boadu, Addai Owusu (Arsenal) Nasiru Ghani, Kwabena Dodzi, Issah Ahmed, Yusif Chipsah (Kotoko) Ibrahim Mohammed, George Ohemeng, Gimbah Aziz, Amui Quaye, Sam Morrison (Hotspurs) Felix Baffoe, Stanley Afedzie (Liberty) Esme Mends, Samuel Enzemeba, Richard Yeboah, Mohammed Ibrahim, Hamza Abdulai, Nuhu Fusanu (Sportive) Alhassan Shamu, Samuel Aryeetey, Douglas Mustapha (Dwarfs) Kwame Antwi, Abubarkar Yusuf, Aminu Ayuba, Faruk Adamu (Okwawu) Kwaku Sarpong (Ashgold) Yaw Antwi (Bofoakwa).

NB: Scorers chart does not include the scorer of the Fayernood/RTU match, which ended 1-0 in favour of Fayernood.

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