Great Olympics premiership status has been questioned again after their 3-0 humiliating defeat at the Accra sports stadium by Medeama on Sunday.
Olympics are languishing 15th on the league table but hopes of rising above the table was dented as Medeama scored three away from home.
Justice Blay, Bismark Oppong and Latif Salifu were the architects of Olympics fall at the Accra Sports stadium.
Ashgold good run was halted in a mouthwatering game by a revamped Elmina Sharks at the Obuasi Le-Clay.
The Miners have seem a fantastic performances in recent weeks but Yaw Achemapong and his charges took a bold step and signed why they want to stay in the premiership.
Ashgold were confident from the start of the game but their confident was short-lived as Eric Osei early silenced the stadium through a spot kick which preceded Ashgold missed penalty.
Elimina Sharks capitalized on poor defense by Ashgold to double their lead through Benjamin Tweneboah. Prince Owusu scored mid-way through the second half but it was not enough to save Ashgold the blushes.
Berekum Chelsea beat lead leaders WAFA 2-1 at the Berekum Golden City Park.
Stephen Sarfo scored twice from the spot kick with Richad Danso getting the consolation for the visitors.
Aduana Stars beat Bright Adjei Ebusua Dwarfs 2-0 at the Agyemang Badu Park.
Two goals Bright Adjei ensure the Ogya lads clinched all three points in the crucial game.
Elsewhere at the Tema Park, Tema Youth registered their supremacy over city rivals Inter Allies after beating them 3-1 in the crunch fixture.
Inter Allies scored first through Abdul Nassiru Hamzah on the 39th minute but a goal each from Francis Adjetey, James Akaminko, Joseph Paintsil was enough to give the Harbor city lads a commanding 3-1 over Prince Owusu’s side.
Wa All Stars recorded a 2-1 win over Liberty professionals at the Malik Jabir Park in Wa.
David Abagna Emmanuel Sarpong netted a goal each for the defending champions as they got a vital three points on Sunday.
Matthew Kevin Ando pulled one back for the Dansoman based side.