An elated Sunset side could not help singing and dancing to appreciate their efforts at stretching the points between them and second placed Havedzi Warriors.
Earlier, Gulf Powers had beaten African Angels 2-1 to stop them in their ambition to carry the first Clementia Contacto Division One Trophy.
In the match of the day, Chorkor Bliue Whales dictated the pace and won the day with a splendid performance coming down from a goal to win 3-2 to halt Teshie whose plans were shattered because their coach Theo Armah thought he could get a double over his senior colleague, Sammy Heywood Okine.
This led to an argument with leaders of the two sides calling for another match with a bet of 1 million Ghana cedis at stake.
As usual the man of the match was Kingsley Addo the skipper of Chorkor Blue Whales, who combined his experience with the speed and skills of his young colleagues to bang in three glorious goals.
Habib Nader at the defence of the Blue Whales in yellow jerseys committed a blunder to earn Teshie the early goal, but he marshaled his men and after equalizing, took the lead and displayed the magic of beach soccer thought by their sensational coach Sammy Heywood Okine aka Coach Fiberto.
Coming Saturday is another crucial game as the Blue Whales come face to face with Nungua who like Teshie also beat them 2-1 in the first round. For Coach Fiberto, his dream is to win all the matches after the break to prove a point that there are people in Ghana who have multi talents and skills.
The sports journalist and fitness trainer as well as beach soccer coach says the winner of the Clementia Contacto League would be difficult to decide as the organisers want quality clubs and players to feature in the premiership.
Meanwhile, some players and fans of beach soccer are asking when the Clementia Contacto deal that was heralded in the media would take off.
Skillsman Tornado a player of Golden Eagles said when he heard of the deal it motivated him to recruit some players to come and play, but due to financial problem most of the players can not make it to the Arena.
He appealed to the sponsors to come into the game as soon as possible to continue with the tempo and rhythm and popularity that Ghana beach soccer has enjoyed.
Johnny Mawusi, coach of Gulf Powers said the Clementia Contacto promise has not been realized and wondered how and how some people could come this far to promise and sign documents and later drag their feet. He also appealed to the Primus Africa Company to fulfill their promise and contribute to the social well being of Ghana since beach soccer affects the economy of the nation.
Albert Frimpong of Golden Eagles noted that it is only two matches left and Clementia Contacto have not contacted the clubs with their promise of balls, anklets, money and goodwill. He prayed that the Almighty will touch the hearts of their directors so that the deal with GBSA will see light.
Theophilus Armah of Teshie Beach Soccer Club said the Clementia Contacto promise made him had a budget which has become a waste because prices of goods and services have changed since the deal was announced and signed at the Accra Sports Stadium.
He noted that the clubs find it had to organize the players and transport them to the beach so there is the need for a major sponsor and other club sponsorships.