Midfielder Yakubu Seidu struck the only goal of the match on 21 minutes with a left footer that caught Lions goalie Stephen Ahorlu off guard.
Lions rallied back in search of the equalizer but their frontline made a mess of the chances that came their way.
The visitors had the better of the exchanges in the second half but near misses from Hans Kwofie and substitutes Bright Nsiah and Tanko Mohamed ensured the score line remained unchanged till proceedings was brought to an end by FIFA referee Mercy Tagoe.
Hasaacas vrs Berekum Arsenals
Sekondi Hasaacas on Sunday beat visiting Berekum Arsenals 1-0 in their Glo Premier League match at the Sekondi Sports Stadium at Essipong.
Skipper Akowuah Mensah scored the much needed goal for Hasaacas in the 78th minute to become an instant hero of the home fans.
Mensah stylishly headed a pass into the net of Arsenals with goalkeeper, Abdul Bobson making frantic effort to save the ball from finding target.
The goal gingered Hasaacas to look for more after scoring with the visitors hardly able to find their feet as the home side continued to pile pressure on them.
The Home team had more scoring chances but the strikers failed to convert the chances into goals following their anxiety to consolidate their lead.
The performance of both sides in the second half was a sharp contrast to the first as they both were tactical to prevent any defeat.
Faisal vrs All Blacks
The spot kick came when FaisalÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s nimble dribbler, Enock Ebo Ando was brought down by All Blacks Amadu Adams while the striker was in a position to score just at the glaring face of Tamale-based class One Referee A. A. Alhassan.
Faisal was the oneÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s to attempt to draw first blood when the match was just seven minutes old but a cross from Samad Oppong went a begging with two of his strikers failing to add the needed touch into the net.
The Alhaji Gruzah lads continued to probe for the leader and earned a free kick in the 11th minute just outside the box but the resultant kick by Samad Oppong hit a defender and bounced into play while Ebo Ando also hit the side netting in the 22nd minute.
All Blacks improved on their game and came close to scoring but their attackers on occasions failed to translate any of the opportunities that came their way into goals in the 24th, 34th and 38th minutes respectively.
In the 44th minute Faisal also wasted a free kick while Obed Owusu of All Blacks also squandered an opportunity in the 45th minute when his shot missed the post narrowly to end the half goalless.
Faisal however managed to take the lead in the 47th minute through the penalty and from then kept their defence tight but despite the substitutions made by both teams and the incessant raids by the visitors in search of the equalizer, the score line remained the same till the final whistle for the end of hostilities.
Ashgold beat Kessben 2-1
Struggling Obausi Ashgold brought the smiles to the faces of their fans this time round when they managed an emphatic 2-1 victory over visiting Kessben FC in their Glo Premier League encounter at the Len Clay stadium at Obuasi.
The victory which is the Miners second home win came through the efforts of Eric Adu Poku in the 70th minute from neat pass from Nana Ahendua.
It was however Kessben who scored first in the 25th minute through Richard Impong, however, Ashgold levelled up the scores eight minutes later through Arafat Adjaku to end the first half at par.
Ashgold came back from the recess strongly and attacked from all angles and in one of their forays Adu Poku ensured victory for his side when he scored the vital goal to earn his side the three maximum points.