Hearts of Oak becomes first team to qualify for NC Special Cup semis Featured
15 May

Hearts of Oak becomes first team to qualify for NC Special Cup semis

The Rainbow boys became the first team to book their ticket to the semis of the Normalization Committee Special Cup competition following their win over Karela United.

Accra Hearts of Oak are through to the semis of the competition after pipping Karela United 1-0 in the match-day twelve on Wednesday afternoon.
 
A 75th minute spot-kick goal by Christopher Bonney handed them all the needed points to extend their lead on top of Zone B to 25 points.
 
With two matches to end the competition, Coach Kim Grant and his charges have qualified to the tier 1 semis and the round of 32 for the tier 2.
 
Karela United, Liberty Professionals, Elmina Sharks and West African Football Academy SC will be battling for the second semis slot of the Zone B.
 
Hearts of Oak will host Elmina Sharks on Sunday in the match-day 13 of the Normalization Committee Special Cup competition.
 
NC Special Cup Zone B Table
 
Teams.          MP  P  GF
 
1. Hearts      12   25  +10
 
2. Karela       12  21  +4
 
3. Liberty      12  19  +6
 
4. Sharks      12  18  +5
 
5. WAFA        12  18  +0
 
6. Dwarfs      11  11  -7
 
7. Dreams     11  10  -7
 
8. Inter Allies 12  6   -11
 
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