Ayoola end 2013 without scoring a goal

10 years ago

Despite a goal-rush in the final round of matches for 2013 in the National Women's League, there was still no luck for debutants Ayoola Ladies.

With four defeats from four outings, Ayoola's problems continued as they lost 5-0 to Lady Strikers over the weekend in the penultimate fixtures for the first round of the competition.

The defeat extends their winless run in the league as their goal deficit also shot up to 28 goals with the competition in the Southern Division yet to record their first goal.

Hasaacas Ladies surrendered top spot to Police Ladies who ended the winning run of the champions by a 4-1 victory.

Diana Ankomah scored a brace for the Police side before goals from Mary Berko and Josephine Boateng capped a great win as Samira Sulemana got a consolation for Hasaacas.

Soccer Intellectuals shared the spoils with Immigration Ladies in their 1-1 drawn game.

Fabulous Ladies found the back of the net ten times as they recorded their biggest win with a 10-0 thrashing of Oforikrom Ladies in the Northern Division.

The goal-haul was spread amongst just four players as Agnes Aduako scored five times.

Florence Annor Fosua and Priscilla Okyere both grabbed a brace apiece with Anita Amankwah scoring a goal.

Ashtown Ladies were too sharp in front of goal as they managed a 4-1 win against Sharp Arrows while Prisons were 2-0 winners over Ampem Darkoa.

Match-day-4 results - Southern Division

Police Ladies 4-1 Hasaacas

Ayoola 0-5 Lady Strikers

Soccer Intellectuals 1-1 Immigration

Match-day-4 results - Northern Division

Oforikrom 0-10 Fabulous Ladies

Sharp Arrows 1-4 Ashtown Ladies

Ampem Darkoa 0-2 Prisons Ladies