The youth side of Inter Allies FC, Cedar Stars Academy, last Saturday failed to pick a ticket to the Round of 16 of the ongoing Jordan Anagblah Memorial (JAM) Cup after they were beaten 2-1 by Attram De Visser Academy at the Saint Thomas Aquinas School Park.
The young Capelli Boys went into the game with the hope of edging closer to the coveted trophy. However, their bubble burst after Attram De Visser scored the opener from a close range 20 minutes into the game.
Cedar Stars levelled up 15 minutes later through Emmanuel Agyemang but their joy did not last long as Attram Academy bounced back to restore the lead in the 75th minute.
At the Nania Park at Legon, Pomade FC walloped Golden Strikers 2-0 to qualify, while Madina Miracle FC defeated Star Makers 4-0 to go through.
Other teams which have qualified to the Round of 16 are Jancole FC, Hope For Future, Ashaiman Scandy, Police Nationals, New Town Youth, Rapid FC, Eurafrica and Paron SC.
The competition, organised by friends and colleagues of the late football administrator and coordinated by Mr Eugene Jacquaye, began with 64 Division Two clubs in the Greater Accra Region.
The tournament, sponsored by Nii Cudjoe and Associates law firm, is meant to honour Jordan Anagblah who held several positions in Ghana football until his untimely demise in 2012.
By: Beatrice Laryea