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La Court Beat La Aviation In McDan Peace football tournament to play In final

Goalkeeper Ben Asare was the toast of fans at the La Salem Park on Monday when he saved two penalty kicks to put La Court in the grand final of the 2016 McDan Peace Football Tournament.

La Court won 4-2 on penalties against La Aviation in another titanic encounter.

At present to grace the day was Dr. Daniel MacKorley CEO of McDan Group of Companies and Vincent Sowah Odoitei aka Obama who is the New Patriotic Party Parliamentary Candidate for La Dade Kotopon.

Dr. MacKorley once again assured the people of La Dade Kotopon a sports facility with an astro turf at the La Town Park or the Salem Park. He thanked everyone who supported the programme which has been accident free and very successful.

Santa Yemoh, a player of La Court said they have prepared physically, psychologically, spiritually and morally to win on Friday December 2.

Emmanuel Bortey also wished La Court will beat La Kakramadu in the final which has been shifted from December 4 to December 2 due to political rally to take place on the field.

The winning team will take home $1,000 plus a giant trophy and the runners up will take $500 plus medals.

Special prizes will go to the Best Player of the Tournament, Goal King and Best Goal Keeper.

Both the National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate, Hon. Nii Amasa Namoale and New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate Vincent Sowah Odoitei will be present on the final day, December 2, 2016 to deliver Peace Messages.

The NDC has for the past 12 years represented La DadeKotopon in the Parliament of Ghana.

Ghana goes to the polls on December 7, 2016.

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