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September 12, 2018 | Football News

Ghana Has Talent 2018 Competition – Day 1 Wrap

Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah / Modern Ghana
Ghana Has Talent 2018 Competition – Day 1 Wrap

This year's edition of the Ghana Has Talent football festival/camp commenced today at the Tema Sports Stadium with four mouthwatering matches involving top Ghana Premier League sides.

The matches were played at the Tema Sports Stadium where high football dignitaries, including Dreams FC Chairman Kurt Okraku, Inter Allies President Rabeh El-Eter and AshantiGold CEO Dr Kwaku Frimpong.

Inter Allies CEO Delali Eric Senaye, ProBall Management boss Omar El-Eter and several scouts and agents from Europe and United States were also present.

The first game ended goalless between Dreams FC and Liberty Professionals. It was another stalemate in the second where Inter Allies drew 1-1 with Medeama SC.

Elmina Sharks got the first win for the day, defeating Berekum Chelsea 3-2. The fourth and final game also ended in a 2-0 win for Ebusua Dwarfs against AshantiGold.

DAY 1 Wrap:
Liberty Professionals 0-0 Dreams FC
Inter Allies 1-1 Medeama SC (Dan Amanfo/Joseph Tetteh Zutah)

Elmina Sharks 3-2 Berekum Chelsea (Felix Addo, Richard Mpong, Quainoo/ Bismark Antwi Kwarena 2x)

AshantiGold SC 0-2 Ebusua Dwarfs (Amos Nkrumah, Solomon Gyesi Okudzeto)

Source: interalliesfc.com

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