Great Olympics lived up to their pre-match hype, holding Aduana who are the bookies favourite to clinch the maximum points.
Both teams had chances to break the deadlock but couldn’t find the last touch as referee Isaac Osei brought the first half to halt.
Great Olympics returned from recess with the same determination as they demonstrated in the first stanza but couldn’t make it count on the scoresheet.
Annor Walker’s side finally found their scoring boots after star forward Samuel Ashie-Quaye out then ahead in the 51st minute.
The advantage however did not last as Aduana Stars quickly replied through Congolese import Flavien Jean Kongaza five minutes later.
Aduana Stars grew into the game from there on as they dictated the pace with some intelligent play.
Hell broke loose in Dormaa in the 78th minute after referee Osei awarded the hosts a penalty.
Aduana Stars talisman Yahaya Mohammed stepped up to bury the resultant spot kick.
Olympics kept fighting on with the hope of getting something out of the match but the steady defense of Aduana Stars stood to the test.
The Dade Boys’ unwanted record against Aduana Stars at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park continues, having failed to win any of their last four visits to the ground.
Aduana have collected ten (10) points from a possible twelve (12) at home against the Accra-based giants.
Aduana currently occupy 8th position with 10 points while Olympics sit two places above them with 11 points from 7 matches.