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the surprising team of the year Sidama Coffee beat Sebeta City 2-0 in Yirgalem to share second place with Dedebit FC.

Addis Ababa - The surprising team of the year Sidama Coffee beat Sebeta City 2-0 in Yirgalem to share second place with Dedebit FC. Meanwhile  Ethiopian Coffee defeated Dedebit FC 2-1 here today to seat on top of the Ethiopian Premier League. 

Ethiopian Coffee has now collected 55 points, followed by Dedebit FC (52 pts), Sidama Coffee (52 pts), St. George (51 pts) and Defence Force (49 pts).  However, the latter two have a game to play tomorrow.
Coffee and Dedebit concluded the first half of the game with Ethiopian Coffee leading 2-1.
The match not only turned out to be very entertaining but also produced 3 goals, with both teams playing a very open and attacking game.
Goalcorers:
Ethiopian Coffee: Mulu Alem Tilahun and Dawit Stefanos
Dedebit FC: Getaneh Kebede.
Meanwhile, Sidama Coffee defeated Sebeta City 2-0 in Yirgalem, Trans Ethiopia beat Dire Dawa City 3-0 in Adigrat and Adma squeezing past EEPCO (1-0) at home.
Top-5 League Standings:
RankTeamsPlayedWinsDrawLostDiffGDPoints1Ethiopi…

Hawassa Constructs 9m Br Driver Training Centre

The Hawassa City Road & Transport Office is constructing a driving licence training centre with nine million Birr from the Southern Regional State Transport Bureau in Hawassa Town. The facility will be the third national training centre after those in Addis Abeba and Bahir Dar. The construction agreement between the city’s transport office and Eyob Mekebeb General Construction, which is to perform the construction, was signed on Tuesday, June 7, 2011. Eyob Mekebeb General Construction was licensed by the region in May 2010 and has constructed health centres and schools for the regional government. Construction commenced on an 80ht plot that was contributed by the city administration lease free in Hawassa, located 275km from Addis Abeba, on Monday, June 6. It is expected to be finalised within 270 days. “Standardised equipment has been included in the design of the facilities where …