By Ameenu Shardow
Francis Dogbatse and Kojo Yankah have won their respective Regional Football Association chairmanship slots on Tuesday.
Mathew Narh Doe secured a second-term after being returned by the Central Regional delegates unopposed.
Yankah, who was the vice chairman of Western Region polled 135 votes to beat Alhaji Fuseini who had 85 votes and Kwabena Asante who polled 10 votes.
He thus replaces Lee Yankey who did not stand for re-election on the Executive Committee.
Francis Dogbatse was however given stiff opposition by Anthony Klutse but emerged winner with 97 votes as against his opponent's 91.
All but one of the 10 regional elections have now been completed. The Eastern Regional elections remains exclusive after being halted by a court injunction.