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Thirty-three Maidens called up
 
Date: 10-May-2012       
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Thirty-three members of Ghana's women's U-17 team have been called up to begin preparations for the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.

Mas-Ud Didi Dramani's Black Maidens will report for camping on Sunday, 13th May, 2012 at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence in Prampram at 4:00 pm.

Ghana is one of Africa's three representatives at the finals of the U-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan later in September this year.

Invited players

1. Victoria Antwi - Ash Town Ladies F/C, Kumasi
2. Azum Adams - Hassacas Ladies F/C
3. Sawude Issah - Hassacas Ladies F/C
4. Suzana Enyonam Atsem - Taifa Ladies F/C
5. Naomi Anima - Ash Town Ladies F/C, Kumasi
6. Cartherine Arthur - Cape Coast Ghatel F/C
7. Ellen Coleman - Vodafone Ladies F/C, Cape Coast
8. Jemima Dussey - Cape Coast Ghatel F/C
9. Amina Fuseini - Lepo Ladies F/C - Tamale
10. Regina Antwi - Hassacas Ladies F/C
11. Vida Opoku - Olympic Marseil Ladies F/C, Kumasi
12. Gladys Amfobiah -
13. Ivy Kolly - Inter Royals Ladies F/C- Nungua
14. Kate Adu Agyemang - Ash Town Ladies F/C, Kumasi
15. Laadi Issaka - Sharp Arrows Ladies F/C - Bolga
16. Linda Addai - Soccer I'lectuals Ladies F/C, Winneba
17. Fatima Alhassan - Ash Town Ladies F/C, Kumasi
18. Rasheda Abdul- Rahman - Lepo Ladies F/C, Tamale
19. Samira A Rahman - Lepo Ladies F/C, Tamale
20. Vinoria Kuzagbe - Ideal Ladies F/C, Accra
21. Priscilla Okyere - Fabulous Ladies F/C, Kumasi
22. Beatrice A Sesu - Ghana Post Ladies F/C, Accra
23. Sandra Boakye - Fabulous Ladies F/C, Kumasi
24. Gladys Neequaye - Faith Ladies F/C, Accra
25. Sherifatu Sumaila - Lepo Ladies F/C, Tamale
26. Wasila Diwura Soale - Hassacas Ladies F/C
27. Charlotte Fosuah - Reformers Ladies F/C, Sunyani
28. Lily Lawrence Niber -
29. Jane Ayieyam - Ash Town Ladies F/C, Kumasi
30. Alberta Yawo Ahiale - Ghana Post Ladies F/C, Accra
31. Kasira Malik-Jabdon - Reformers Ladies F/C, Sunyani
32. Mary Adobea Asinor - Ash Town Ladies F/C, Kumasi
33. Lorentia Kumi Osika -

 
 
Source: Ghanafa.org
 
 
 
 
 


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