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Black Queens called up for Championship preparations

10 years ago

Thirty-one (31) players have been selected into the Black Queens team to begin preparations towards the 2014 Africa Women’s Championship qualifiers.

The players selected into the senior women’s national team are to report at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence on Friday, 22nd November, 2013

Ghana begin the African qualifiers against Burkina Faso. The Black Queens will travel to Ouagadougou for the first leg qualifier of the first round.

The first leg matches will be between 13-15 February 2014 with the return games fixed for 28 February - 2 March 2014.

Selected players:

Nana Ama Asantewaa, Fafali Dumehasi, Mary Berko, Florence Okoe and Faiza Ibrahim (Police) Mary Baidoo, Patricia Mantey, Rosemary Ampem and Leticia Zikpi, (Immigration) Agnes Quaye, Portia Boakye, Agnes Aduako and Jennifer Opoku (Fabulous Ladies) Ama Saabi, Janet Egyir, Samira Suleman and Mercy Adu (Hasaacas Ladies) Juliet Acheampong, Kate Adu Agyeman and Ruth Appiah (Ashtown Ladies) Cynthia Adobea, Mercy Myles and Grace Asare (Reformers Ladies) Hillia kobblah (Faith Ladies) Margaret Otoo (Lady Strikers) Ayishetu Simpson (Ideal Ladies) Nancy Coleman (Hasport Ladies) Cynthia Adjei (Inter Royals Ladies) Elizabeth Addo (Atlanta Ladies) Deborah Afriyie (Oforikrom Ladies) Mary Essiful (Intellectuals)