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Medeama Sporting Club have won the Ghana Premier League for the first time after a convincing home victory over Tamale City Sunday, June 11, 2023.

The 3-0 win at Tarkwa’s Akoon Park cemented their place among Ghana’s elite clubs, as they became the 12th team to lift the prestigious trophy since the league’s inception in 1956.

Medeama now joins the likes of record holders Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak, and others on this illustrious list, bringing immense pride to the club and their supporters.

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Jonathan Mensah was the match’s hero, with an outstanding performance leading to a remarkable hat-trick for the Mauve and Yellow.

The victory, however, came at a cost for Tamale City, which was unable to match Medeama’s dominance and thus suffered the consequences.

The defeat confirmed their relegation, joining King Faisal and Kotoku Royals as the unlucky teams to be relegated this season.

Medeama’s victory not only brings the club glory, but also opens the door to further success on the continental stage. As champions, they have earned the right to compete in the prestigious CAF Champions League for next season.

The historic win has sparked euphoria among Medeama supporters in Tarkwa.

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By Enoch Fiifi Forson|3Sports|