After 30 league matches, 15 home and 15 away games, Inter Allies scored a total of 34 goals with striker Frederick Boateng emerging as the club’s top scorer.

The tireless striker was in some fine form since joining the club last season, banging in 9 goals to equal Sheriff Deo Mohammed’s club record in the Ghana Premier League.

Gockel Ahortor established himself this season as an expert in free kicks after grabbing 7 goals with 5 coming from set pieces.

For the first season in Inter Allies, Prince Baffoe who became the deputy captain scored 5 goals with the last one earning the vital point for the ‘Eleven Is To One’ in Dormaa.

Striker Ropapa Mensah doubled his last season’s tally from 2 to 4 goals this season to claim his personal best in the country’s topflight football.

Isaac Twum who also had his debut season for Inter Allies found the back of the net twice, with one of them being a brilliant finish in match day 1 in Tema. 

Below is the list of our goal king race after the end of the first round:

1. Frederick Boateng – 9
2. Gockel Ahortor – 7
3. Prince Baffoe – 5
4. Ropapa Mensah – 4
5. Isaac Twum – 2
6. Evans Mensah – 1
7. Edward Adjaklo – 1
8. Abdul-Halik Hudu – 1

9. Emmanuel Nettey – 1

10. Enoch Adu – 1
11. Frederick Opoku Yamoah – 1
12. Own Goal – 1

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