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14.08.2005 Sports News

Tagoe tops Scorers chart

GNA

Accra, Aug 14, GNA - Prince Tagoe who has been stalking the leader of the scorers chart Sadat Bukari of Kpando Heart of Lions for some weeks now, finally took over the leadership of the table after the 20th-week matches.

Tagoe, who broke his six-match goal drought last Sunday scoring against RTU was on hand again this weekend to score the equaliser against Berekum Arsenals at the Golden City Park.

Two other players - Sadat Bukari and Emmanuel Osei Kuffour from Ashgold, drew blank over the weekend. Below is the chart:

10 - Prince Tagoe (Hearts)

9 - Sadat Bukari (Lions) Emmanuel Osei Kuffour (Ashgold)

8 - Michael Helegbe (Liberty) Eric Gawu (Faisal)

7 - Alex Asamoah (Arsenal) Sumaila Nyaya Alhassan (Faisal)

6 - Toufik Alolo (RTU) Ekow Ghansah (Dwarfs) Ben Moses Andoh (Hasaacas) Amui Quaye (Hotspurs) Mark Adu Amofa (Sportive)

5 - Shaibu Yakubu (Ashgold) Mustapha Essuman (Liberty) Francis Aggrey (Arsenals) Eric Bekoe (Lions) Yaw Antwi (Bofoakwa)

4 - Daniel Acquah, Douglas Nkrumah (Kotoko) Alfred Nii Larbi (Hearts) Kofi Nti Boakye, Peter Ofori Quaye (Liberty) Samuel Aryeetey (Dwarfs) Alhassan Weah (RTU) Awudu Alhassan (Hasaacas)

3 - Francis Bossman, Dan Quaye (Hearts) Sampson Ocran (Power) Habib Mohammed (Faisal) Eric Adu-Poku (Arsenal) Danladi Sherif (Feyenoord) Osei Morrison (Hotspurs) Opoku Agyeman (Ashgold) Nasiru Ghani (Kotoko) Kwame Obeng Darko (Liberty)

2 - Michael Amissah-Isaidoo (Dwarfs) Anthony Annan, Adjah Tetteh (Hearts) Addai Owusu (Arsenal) Anas Mohammed (Hotspurs) Mohammed Abubakari, Nafiu Iddrisu (Feyenoord) Michael Osei (Liberty) Osei Boateng, Senyo Reubin, Emmanuel Nuhey (Bofoakwa) Gafaru Habib, Hamza Mohammed, Philip Amoaku (RTU) Kwabina Yaro, Awudu Adama (Power) Edmund Owusu Peprah, Prince Antwi (Faisal) Daniel Bomfa, Aziz Ansah (Kotoko) Faruk Adamu, Azuma Nelson (Okwawu) Dramani Hamidu (Lions) Richard Yeboah, Esme Mends (Sportive)

1 - Bernard Don Bortey, Amankwah Mireku, Ablade Morgan, James Boateng, George Eranio, Solomon Okutu, Issah Mohammed (Hearts) Albert Williams, Dan Acquah, Ellis Samuel, Kingsley Kwarteng, Anthony Davis, Oblitey Mensah, Suraj Samad (Hasaacas) Charles Asamoah, Francis Coufie, Moses Abban, Nana Yaw, Ben Adu Yeboah, Addoquaye Addo, Thomas Mensah, Jonathan Abieku (Power) Fatawu Seidu, Mohammed Baker, Nurudeen Wemah, Akwesi Soale (RTU) Obed Ansah, Ibrahim Suleman, Joseph Masiru, Anas Alidu, Jonathan Qaurtey, Jerry Akaminko (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, Nana Arhin Duah (Kotoko) Ibrahim Mohammed, George Ohemeng, Gimbah Aziz, Nii Nanka Bruce, Kwabina Boateng, Kwame Addo (Hotspurs) Felix Baffoe, Agyeman Hanson, Stanley Afedzie (Liberty) Samuel Enzemeba, Mohammed Ibrahim, Hamza Abdulai, Nuhu Fusanu, Samuel Ocran (Sportive) Alhassan Shamu, Douglas Mustapha, Rasid Alawe, Nana Ato Quansah, Richard Ackon (Dwarfs) Emmanuel Abito, Kwame Antwi, Abubarkar Yusuf, Aminu Ayuba, Issaka Ibrahim (Okwawu) Kwaku Sarpong, Ofosu Amoah, Alfred Arthur, Kofi Deblah, George Owu, Daniel Asamoah (Ashgold) Yaw Frimpong, Mahadi Abubakar, Jordan Opoku, Iddi Yekini, Dominic Adiyiah (Feyenoord) Kingsley Agyman, Doe Joseph (Bofoakwa).

NB: Chart does not include the scorers in the match between RTU and Gomoa Fayernood played at the Kaladam Park.

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