The player from Madrid nicknamed Angelo is the first overseas import in the Cal Bank Beach Soccer League. Angelo played Beach Soccer for 15 years in Spain with Vallesy XI. He is also a journalist and is now working with a local radio station firm in Ada.
Angelo watched his new club Ada Assurance beat Senya Sharks 3-2 on Match Day 11 of the CAL Bank Beach Soccer Premier League. Assurance started with much fire power and netted 3 quick goals in the space of 5 minutes. In-form striker Joseph Larweh opened the scoring before Billy Kisseh added the second. Larwey then made it 3-0 with a fierce strike which completely beat the Sharks keeper.
But the opposition woke up. Senya prevented conceding more goals and managed to pull two back through Paul Nyarkoh and Christopher Nyankson. Assurance however, held on to the lead till the final whistle was blown.
Elsewhere, Havedzi Mighty Warriors extended the gap at the top of the table to 3 points after a 5-2 victory over Layoca. Innocent Kumensah scored first for Warriors before Thomas Okpoti equalised immediately for Layoca. Sampson Kudoda scored again for Warriors only for the opponents to be levelled again. This time, Isaac Ofori claimed the goal for Layoca. Mighty Warriors upped their game in the final period and scored 3 unanswered goals by Benedict Kabu, Innocent Kumensah and Jerry Eglu.
Keta Sunset Sports were held to a 3-3 draw by a spirited Wuo Gb?? side. Sunset relinquished a 3-goal lead for the second time in the season as Wuo Gb?? came from 3-0 down to draw 3-3. Michael Sema scored twice before Adjetey Hamza-Shine added the third for Sunset. Samuel Adjei pulled one back for Wuo Gb??. Beach Soccer League top scorer Richard Osa scored the second prior to Samuel Adjei's equaliser on the stroke of full time.
In the other fixtures, Tegbi Youth lost 3-2 to Dansoman and East Legon Sharks came from a goal down to beat Osu Dolphins 2-1.
The Beach Soccer leagues breaks for the Christmas holidays and will return in the New Year.