Inter Allies once again returned to winning ways with a 2-0 win over Ebusua Dwarfs at the Tema Sports Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Goals from Victorien Adje Adebayor and George Amonoo ensured the Capelli Boys grab maximum points.
Three changes were made to the side that lost 1-0 to AshantiGold last weekend, Saed Salifu returned to the posts.
Dan Amanfo started upfront with Bernard Quarcoo, the latter making his first start for the Eleven Is To One.
The visitors settled quickly and dominated the early exchanges then went back to sleep after a quarter of an hour gone.
The Capelli Boys looked purposeful and tried to break the deadlock but typically all season, were wasteful upfront .
Just before the recess, Dan Amanfo was brought down in the box by Dwarfs goalkeeper Razak Issah. The referee awarded a penalty and booked the goalie for the offense.
Victorien Adje Adebayor stepped up and sent the goalkeeper the wrong way, bagging his 4th of the season. Allies went to the break with a slender lead.
The second half slightly replicated the first half, the visitors started well but again, that was short lived as Allies bounced back to take control of the game.
The Eleven Is To One pushed for the cushion to break the visitors down but they proved very tough and compact at the back until the final minute.
Fuseini Mohammed made a promising run on the right and sent a teasing one in, George Amonoo was fast to tap in from close range in added on time.
The final score was 2-0 in a favour of Inter Allies. Fuseini Mohammed (Allies) was named the NASCO MVP.
Inter Allies XI: Saed, Fuseini, Fard, Issahaku, Hashmin. Lamptey, Otou, Mohammed, Adebayor, Amanfo & Quarcoo.
Subs: Baah, Antwi, Ekele, Bekoe, Gyawu, Amonoo & Hamzah.
Ebusua Dwarfs XI: Razak, Nkrumah-Korsah, Amoah Mensah, Alhaji, Donkor, Essel Mensah, Osman, Okudzeto, Gaise, Alebke, Ansong.
Subs: Wiredu Mensah, Martey, Adams, Dabitora, Torsutsey, Tagoe & York.