From Naabenyin Joojo Amissah, Cape Coast ..
A spirited second half display by Cape Coast Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs helped them to secure a 1-1 draw at home against Medeama, when they came from behind to restore parity.
Though not a good home result for the Crabs, it was deemed a welcome one because the home side have not been impressive at home this season.
The visitors broke the stalemate on the 23rd minute mark when advancing Akwasi Donsu was brought down in the box.
The referee, who was close to the scene, whistled for a penalty which was beautifully converted by Kwame Boateng.
Dwarfs pushed more men forward in search for the equalizer, but their efforts were not enough to break even, as Medeama defenders were resolute.
The tide, however, changed in the second half as Dwarfs mounted intense pressure on their opponent for the equaliser.
Abu Naaba Junior finally levelled the scores for the Mysterious Club 10 minutes into the second half, when he connected a powerful corner kick to beat keeper Ofori Antwi, who made some wonder saves throughout the game.
Supporters of both sides were kept at the edge of their seats right after the leveler, as several chances were created by each side but inaccurate shooting greeted their efforts at goal.
Dwarfs were more purposeful but Ofori Antwi stood between them and their much needed winning goal.
Some supporters of the home team lost their temper in the course of the game.
They finally calmed down in the second half when everything started going well for Dwarfs.