It has been another dramatic Match-day in the Orange 1st Division with couple of shock as well as famous results from Matchweek 8 of the topflight.
Freeport FC remain enthroned on the table with a narrow one point lead after a dramatic 1-1 draw against title rivals LISCR at the ATS on Thursday evening.
The Greens collected their second consecutive draw and overall fourth of the season to stay as presiding officers of the table before the New Year’s break.
Joseph Melto netted a brilliant goal to give the Shipping boys a deserving lead and first half victory in the showdown.
Patrick Dweh was the savior of Freeport as he scored a wonderful equalizing goal in the second period of the titanic clash to see the Islanders grabbing a significant point which is the only difference for them atop the log.
The draw keeps LISCR in their second-place position (15 points) behind Freeport (16 points).
Bea Mountain ravaged Watanga 3-1 at the SKD Practice Pitch to close up on the top two.
Nimba Kwado are comfortably positioned at the Fourth spot with 13 points after a dramatic 2-2 draw against stubborn visitors Mighty Barrolle at the Nimba Stadium.
The result means it is now seven draws for the Rollers this season. The hard-fought draw leaves Mighty Barrolle Ninth on the table with 7 points.
Defending champions LPRC Oilers sealed a resounding 4-1 win over Monrovia Club Breweries at the famous TUSA Mini-pitch in Gardnersville as they edged up the top four position.
It is now two wins in 8 games for the heavyweights Oilers. Meanwhile, the defeat pushed Breweries a step down on the log from the mid-table position to the Seventh-spot with 11 points.
The Sunshine Yellow boys of IE secured their second league win of the season with a 3-2 victory over relegation battlers Nimba United.
The defeat brought to total six for United; the highest suffered by a Club so far this season.
In spite of the victory, IE still remained at the bottom of the table (10th) with 7 points. The North Star boys are 12th on 4 points.
Yekepa-based Heaven Eleven succumbed to their third defeat of the season after witnessing a devastating 3-0 defeat away to fellow league’s debutants Sandi FC in Kakata.
It was a famous victory for the Margibibians who are still struggling to get a consistent form in the topflight with the win being their second on the road. They are still positioned at the bottom (11th place) with a point tally of 7 after 8 games.
Heaven Eleven dropped 8th from their previous Seventh-spot position with 9 points following their shock Match-day 8’s lost to Sandi.