Karela United climbed back to the top of the Ghana Premier League table following a 4-1 win over Berekum Chelsea on Sunday with their fifth successive win at home this season.
Taylor Diawisie gave the home side the lead in the 12th minute before John Andoh restored parity for the visitors in the 29th minute to end the first-half 1-1.
Karela began the second-half strongly and deservedly restored their lead through Kwame Boateng in the 46th minute and in the 60th minute to put the game beyond the reach of the visitors.
Diawise scored the fourth goal for the hosts in the 74th minute, and his 6th of the season to seal the win for Karela United.
The result sees Berekum Chelsea in 15th place, just two points above the relegation zone after nine games.
WAFA remain unbeaten at home this season following their 1-1 draw with Kumasi Asante Kotoko on Sunday at Sogakope.
Daniel Lomotey Agbloe put the host in the lead in the 29th minute after several attempts at goal and WAFA ending the first half with their noses in-front.
Kotoko began the second-half looking to find the equalizer and their efforts paid off as Kwame Poku put the ball in the back of the net in the 62nd minute.
The result leaves Kotoko in 6th place with 12 points, just a point behind WAFA who are in 5th place with 13 points having played a game more.
Elsewhere at the Len Clay stadium, AshantiGold were held to a goalless stalemate by Medeama on Sunday.
This is the first time the miners have kept a clean sheet at home this season.
The first-half saw both teams fail to create significant goal-scoring opportunities.
But in the 53rd minute, Medeama saw their goal attempt saved by Ashantigold goalkeeper.
AshantiGold’s first goal attempt came in the 61st minute after Hans Kwofie volleyed a cross from Yaw Annor but goalkeeper Boateng saved the situation for the visitors.
Both teams tried to find the back of the net but their attempts failed to result in a goal.
At the Nana Gyeabour Park, Bechem United had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Dreams FC on Sunday.
This result means Bechem have now gone three games without a win.
The home team took the lead in the early stages of the first-half through a penalty which was converted by Moro Salifu in the 10th minute,
Bechem had several opportunities to kill the game but failed to convert their chances.
The visiting team managed to restore parity in the dying embers of the game after they were awarded a penalty in the 74th minute, which was converted by Issah Ibrahim.
Aduana Stars returned to winning ways with a 2-1 win over Legon Cities at Dormaa, following their loss to Medeama in Match Week 8.
Yahaya Mohammed’s 21st minute ensured that the home side went into the break with their noses in front.
Legon Cities put the visitors on level terms just two minutes into the second-half through Francis Addo, but Fatawu Abdulrahaman restored Aduana’s lead in the 49th minute.
Fatawu’s goal was enough to see the home team to their third-win of the season.
King Faisal were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Elmina Sharks at the Ohene Ameyaw Park.
Elmina Sharks took the lead in the 39th minute through a penalty that was taken by James Bissue, after a player was brought down in the box.
The home-side came into the second-half looking to equalize and were rewarded when Razak Tophic scored from a free kick in the 59th minute.
The results leaves King Faisal in the relegation zone with only 7 points from 9 games.
The last game of Sunday saw Accra Hearts of Oak record a 2-0 win over Techiman Eleven Wonders.
Hearts begun the game on the front-foot and immediately took the lead through Manaf Umar after he latched unto a cross from Fatawu Mohammed.
Eleven Wonders nearly snatched the equalizer five minutes from half time when Samuel Boakye went through two defenders before pulling the trigger but Richmond Ayi produced a super save to palm it away for a corner kick.
Hearts extended their lead just three minutes into the second-half and that was enough to seal victory for the Phobians.
This is a second successive defeat on the road for Eleven Wonders after losing at the same venue to Inter Allies.
In Saturday’s only game, Ebusua Dwarfs recorded their first away win of the season after beating Liberty Professionals by 2-1 at the Carl Reindorf Park.
Liberty opened the scoring in the 16th minute through Abraham Wayo after the home team were awarded a penalty.
Michael Ohene Agyei Asamoah put Dwarfs on level terns in the 40th minute with a brilliant header from a Martey free-kick.
Sumaila Moro’s goal in the 83rd minute secured all three points for Dwarfs.
The visitors ended the game with 10 men after Simon Martey was shown the red card in the 74th minute.
On Friday, Accra Great Olympics were 2-0 winners over Inter Allies in Yaw Preko’s first game in charge as Interim Head Coach.
Two penalties from Maxwell Nii Abbey Quaye in both halves helped the Dade Boys to earn all three points in the match day 9 encounter.
The result leaves Inter Allies in the relegation zone in 16th position while Olympics sit in 4th place with 14 points.