It was a win at last, the ‘Eleven Is To One’ displayed a ruthless performance by beating Berekum Chelsea 3-1 to clear match day 14 league fixture.
Edward Adjaklo scored his first ever Inter Allies goal before Frederick Boateng grabbed a brace in the first half, Sadick Adams pulled a consolation late in the game.
Coach Jimmy Corbblah made three changes to the side that lost 1-0 to Kotoko on Sunday to ensure his first Inter Allies win after taking over as head coach.
Abdul Halik Hudu played behind Sheriff Deo Mohammed who also replaced Sulley Mohammed from the previous game, Edward Adjaklo played on the left wing.
It took Edward Adjaklo 10 minutes to calm the nerves of the home fans with a very powerful left foot strike to open the scoring.
Inter Allies never looked back and dominated play totally, George Asamoah beat his marker in the box and was brought down for a penalty.
Frederick Boateng elected himself and coolly slotted in on the 24th minute, Gideon Ahenkorah did well to get the direction but was slow to get there.
Fredrick Boateng then fired beautifully from 25 yards to grab his first personal league brace for the club in the 42nd minute.
The visitors then came back from the recess very strongly and displayed some nice performance but failed to penetrate the solid Inter Allies defence.
Too little too late, Frederick Boateng committed a penalty in the 87th minute, Sadick Adams converted neatly to get consolation for the visitors.
First win in seven games, Inter Allies hope to bank on this win to accumulate more vital points to get to the top half of the league table.
IAFC TEAM: Osei Kwame, Ibrahim Alhassan, Simon Martey, Emmanuel Nettey, Kingsley Nnamdi, Gockel Ahortor, George Asamoah, Edward Adjaklo, Abdul Halik Hudu, Frederick Boateng & Sheriff Deo Mohammed.
Substitutes: Salifu Sayeed, Wahab Ackwei, Uriah Kporvi, Prince Barrie, Ropapa Mensah, Ismeal Ntefuni.