Match officials named for match-day-1

14 years ago

Referee Charles Dowuona has been named as the match referee for the first derby of the season between defending league champions, Hearts of Oak and Great Olympics in the Onetouch premier league.

The Accra-based official would be at the centre of game to be played at the El-Wak stadium on Sunday with assistance on the lines from David Laryea and Victor Dwamena while Lt. Col. D.S.K. Amengor sits in as the match commissioner.

At the Abrankese Park, the fixture between newly promoted, Kessben FC and Hasaacas has P.K. Azizah as the match referee. David Adjin and Mary Seidu would be on the lines. The match commissioner is Asante Boateng.

Referee Cecil Fletscher would officiate the Tema Youth and AshantiGold game at the Robert Mensah Park in Cape Coast. Assistant referees on the lines are R.K. Setorwofia and Michael Fletscher. G.K. Tagborlo is the match commissioner.

The game between Liberty Professionals and King Faisal at the Carl Reindorf Park would be handled by William Agbovi. Alex Annin and Fred Odonkor would be on the lines with F.K. Fynn as match commissioner.

Thomas Nunoo would handle the Asante Kotoko home game against Gamba All Blacks at the Sunyani Coronation Park. E.B. Baiden and Ashitey Armah are the assistant referees. Awuni Williams would the game’s match commissioner.

Real Tamale United’s match against newly promoted Zaytuna FC at the Kaladan Park would be officiated by Lord Vuvor with support from Emmanuel Baah and Sarfo Adade while Baah Adoma Agyei serves as the match commissioner.

Reginald Larthbridge would be at the man at the centre of the game at the Golden City Park between Berekum Arsenals and Wa All Stars. The assistant referees are B.A. Ahmed and Akwasi Appiah with Alhaji J.B. Yakubu as the match commissioner.

The Heart of Lions match against Real Sportive has Joseph Lamptey as the match referee with S.V. Hammond and J.B. Smith as assistant referees. The match commissioner is M.A. Okoto.