Only three of the 16th Week Premier League fixtures were honoured on Sunday as torrential rains, particularly in Accra rained off the most.
Berekum Arsenals sent visiting Zaytuna FC empty handed back to Accra after spanking them 3:0 courtesy goals by Francis Aggrey, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu and Ousman Sakora.
Zaytuna may keep their third from bottom position on the league table in the meantime and await, prayerfully, the outcome of the rained-off encounter between 15th-placed Tema Youth and bottom club Great Olympics.
Berekum Arsenals, on 26 points, will also move to the fourth position from the fifth, exchanging places with 24-points-AshantiGold who only managed a 1-1 draw against Kessben FC at Abrankesse.
Scorers were Bismark Idun for Kessben and Owusu Peprah for AshantiGold.
At Kpando, homesters Heart of Lions pipped visiting Wa All Stars by a lone goal courtesy an Osei Banahene 6th-minute strike. Lions ceded their early dominance to the visitors who woefully squandered all the chances to score.
Kumasi King Faisal take on Swedru Gamba All Blacks on Monday at the Baba Yara Stadium with Asante Kotoko's encounter against Real Tamale United fixed for May 1.
New dates are yet to be announced for the Liberty Professionals vrs Sekondi Hasaacas at Dansoman; Tema Youth vrs Great Olympics at Tema and Accra Hearts of Oak vrs Real Sportive at the Ohene Djan Stadium which were all rained off.
Author: Isaac Yeboah