Maxwell Quaye made the news again with his two first half goals for La in a game that attracted a large crowd at the La Town Park.
Isaac Twum told journalists after the match that such community sports initiatives can unearth stars and give opportunities. He commended Dr. Dan Mackorley for supporting the event as the people of Ghana love sports and appreciate peace, love and unity.
It would be recalled that last year, he promised to give the La community an astro turf sports facility.
Ayitey Dormon, chairman of the Unity Cup Planning Committee thanked the media for highlighting the tournament. He hinted that as the event heats up they will ensure good organization.
Ga Mashie will face Nungua in the next match as Teshie take on Prampram.
The Semi Final will come off on November 20th, with the finals fixed for December 3 at the La Town Park.
At stake is a giant trophy and $2,000 for the winners, $1,000 for the runners-up, $150 for the Goal King, $200 for the Best Player, $150 for the Best Defender and $200 for the Most Disciplined Supporters.
By Sammy Heywood Okine