An end to the 2022/23 betPawa Premier League and just as it has been all season, the final games of the season lived up to expectations.
Medeama defeated Tamale City 3-0 at the Akoon Park in Tarkwa to win their maiden Premier League title. Jonathan Sowah scored a brace while Joshua Agyemang scored the other goal.
Aduana FC defeated Regional rivals Bechem United 1-0 at home to secure second place. Isaac Mintah scored the only goal of the game in the 52nd minute.
It rained goals at El-Wak as Legon Cities edged Samartex, beating them 3-2. Abdul Rahman, Ebenezer Armegah and Michel Otou scored for Legon Cities, while Evans Osei Wusu and Emmanuel Keyekeh scored for Samartex.
At the Berekum Golden City Park, Berekum Chelsea and Hearts of Oak played out a pulsating scoreless draw.
In Kumasi, Dreams FC held Asante Kotoko to a scoreless draw. The draw ensured that Dreams FC finished in 6th place, their highest finish in the Premier League since securing promotion in 2017.
Great Olympics cemented their Premier League status for another season by beating Nsoatreman 2-1. Michael Osei and Christopher Netty scored for Olympics, while Walid Fuseini scored the consolation goal for Nsoatreman.
At the Dun’s Park in Bibiani, GoldStars and Accra Lions drew scoreless. Despite not scoring on the final day, Abednego Tetteh wrapped up the top scorers award with 18 goals.
Karela United edged Kotoku Royals at the Dawu Theatre of Dreams, securing a 3-2 win. Karela grabbed their goals through an own goal from Evans Appiah and a brace from Emmanuel Boakye Owusu. Richard Mensah and Francis Andy Kumi scored for Kotoku Royals.
A 57th minute strike from Godfred Asiamah earned King Faisal a 1-0 win against Real Tamale United (RTU) at the Aliu Mahama Stadium.