Fans of Great Olympics had a day to celebrate as they made a return to the top tier of Ghana football after being in the second division for two seasons.
In a 2-1 win over Mighty Jets at their favourite grounds at Teshie, Accra went into a frenzy mood as their darling club Olympics made a come back to GPL.
Olympics made a very pleasing start to the game but Mighty Jets took the lead through James Asare from an awful defending by Olympics. Olympics had to go into the break a goal down.
After the break, Olympics gave the home fans a splendid performance with Maxwell Quaye scoring twice to give them victory, and earning them the onle qualification slot from Zone III with one match to left to play.
Olympics are the second to book of the three premiership tickets available to Division One clubs.
Zone II side – Elmina Sharks was the first to seal qualification to the Premier League this year.