Kessben FC have moved to the summit of the league standings after beating Eleven Wise 2-1 at the Anane Boateng Park on Sunday.
The home side who are two points clear at the top scored twice from the spot kick both through Yufa Zugah with Zakari Abdulai getting the only goal for Wise.
Great Olympics produced a wonderful performance to lift themselves off the bottom of the table as they beat AshantiGold 2-1 at the Ohene Gyan Stadium to claim their first win of the season.
Skipper Bilal Mohamed put Olympics ahead after a 15 minutes but Aminu Mohammed drew the Miners level before Eric Adjei scored the winner for the premiership returnees.
Champions Hearts of Oak managed to salvage a point at the Sekondi Stadium where they drew 1-1 with Hasaacas.
The Phobians struck the equalizer in the 75th minute through Douglas Nkrumah to cancel out Joseph Ato Bissah’s opener for Hasaacas.
Hearts will go into next weekend’s round of games as the bottom placed team.
All Stars picked their first win in the league with a 1-0 victory over Liberty Professionals in Wa. Nathaniel Asamoah's scored the match winner for the Blues who are still caught up in the drop zone after four matches.
Asante Kotoko were left frustrated at the Baba Yara Stadium as they shared the spoils with Berekum Arsenals in their 2-2 drawn game.
The result was the third drawn game by Kotoko.
Chelsea and Real Tamale United drew goalless at the Sunyani Coronation Park.
Premiership debutants, Aduana Stars picked up their first win against Heart of Lions at the Agyeman Badu I Park in Dormaa. Richard Addae's 73rd minute strike earned the homeside victory over Lions.
King Faisal were beaten 0-1 by New Edubiase United at the Len Clay Stadium. Nuhu Fuseini scored the only goal of the match.