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20.07.2005 Sports News

Tagoe and Helegbe stalk Sadat's lead on scorers chart

GNA

Accra, July 20, GNA - Michael Helegbe of Liberty Professionals and Hearts of Oak's Prince Tagoe who have scored eight goals in the 16-week-old GT Premier League are breathing down heavily on the neck of the leading goal scorer, Sadat Bukari of Heart of Lions who has nine goals to his credit.

Helegbe who scored his side's second goal in their 3-2 victory over Cape Coast Dwarfs on Wednesday brings his goal tally to eight this season just a goal behind Heart of Lions, Bukari.

Tagoe who scored the winner when Hearts beat Gomoa Feyenoord 2-1 in a rescheduled 15th week encounter last Monday could not find the target this time around when the two sides finished their 16th week encounter goalless.

Sadat, leader of the goal king race for some time now, scored a brace against Arsenals last Sunday when Lions played Arsenal at Kpando but did not find the back of the net this time around when the two sides met at the Berekum Golden City Park.

9 - Sadat Bukari (Lions)

8 - Michael Helegbe (Liberty) Prince Tagoe (Hearts)

6 - Toufik Alolo (RTU) Ekow Ghansah (Dwarfs) Eric Gawu (Faisal)

5 - Shaibu Yakubu, Emmanuel Osei Kuffour (Ashgold) Alex Asamoah (Arsenal)

4 - Daniel Acquah, Douglas Nkrumah (Kotoko) Alfred Nii Larbi (Hearts) Francis Aggrey (Arsenals) Kofi Nti Boakye, Mustapha Essuman, Peter Ofori Quaye (Liberty) Eric Bekoe (Lions) Amui Quaye (Hotspurs) Ben Moses Andoh (Hasaacas) Sumaila Nyaya Alhassan (Faisal) Samuel Aryeetey (Dwarfs) Gafaru Habib (RTU)

3 - Francis Bossman (Hearts) Samuel Ocran (Power) Habib Mohammed (Faisal) Eric Adu-Poku (Arsenal) Danladi Sherif (Feyenoord) Osei Morrison (Hotspurs) Yaw Antwi (Bofoakwa) Mark Adu Amofa (Sportive)

2 - Michael Amissah-Isaidoo (Dwarfs) Anthony Annan (Hearts) Awudu Alhassan (Hasaacas) Addai Owusu (Arsenal) Anas Mohammed (Hotspurs) Mohammed Abubakari (Feyenoord) Michael Osei (Liberty) Senyo Reubin, Emmanuel Nuhey (Bofoakwa) Alhassan Weah, Hamza Mohammed, Philip Amoaku (RTU) Awudu Adama (Power) Opoku Agyeman (Ashgold) Edmund Owusu Peprah, Prince Antwi (Faisal) Nasiru Ghani, Daniel Bomfa (Kotoko) Faruk Adamu, Azuma Nelson (Okwawu) Dramani Hamidu (Lions) Esme Mends (Sportive)

1 - Bernard Don Bortey, Amankwah Mireku, Ablade Morgan, James Boateng, George Eranio, Solomon Okutu, Issah Mohammed, Dan Quaye, Adjah Tetteh (Hearts) Albert Williams, Dan Acquah, Ellis Samuel, Kingsley Kwarteng, Anthony Davis, Oblitey Mensah (Hasaacas) Charles Asamoah, Francis Coufie, Moses Abban, Nana Yaw, Ben Adu Yeboah, Addoquaye Addo, Kwabina Yaro, Thomas Mensah (Power) Mohammed Baker, Nurudeen Wemah, Akwesi Soale (RTU) Obed Ansah, Ibrahim Suleman, Joseph Masiru, Anas Alidu, Jonathan Qaurtey (Lions) Osei Antwi, Kwabena Poku, Offosu Micky, Abubakar Yahuza, Shilla Illiasu (Faisal) Stephen Amankwah, Prince Yeboah, James Boadu, Ibrahim Yahaya, Osei Kofi (Arsenal) George Yamoah, Kwabena Dodzi, Issah Ahmed, Yusif Chipsah, Aziz Ansah (Kotoko) Ibrahim Mohammed, George Ohemeng, Gimbah Aziz, Nii Nanka Bruce, Kwabina Boateng (Hotspurs) Felix Baffoe, Agyeman Hanson, Stanley Afedzie (Liberty) Samuel Enzemeba, Richard Yeboah, Mohammed Ibrahim, Hamza Abdulai, Nuhu Fusanu (Sportive) Alhassan Shamu, Douglas Mustapha, Rasid Alawe (Dwarfs) Kwame Antwi, Abubarkar Yusuf, Aminu Ayuba, Issaka Ibrahim (Okwawu) Kwaku Sarpong, Ofosu Amoah, Alfred Arthur (Ashgold) Yaw Frimpong, Mahadi Abubakar, Jordan Opoku, Iddi Yekini (Feyenoord) Osei Boateng, Kingsley Agyman, Doe Joseph (Bofoakwa).

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