Thirty Players to report to camp as Black Queens begin pre-Wafu camping in Cape Coast

Thirty players have been handed call ups into the senior national female team as they begin preparations for the upcoming WAFU Tournament in Cote D’Ivoire.

The Black Queens will camp in Cape Coast ahead of the tournament which will be held from May 8- 18 in Abidjan.

Defending Champions Ghana are in Mali, reigning African Champions Nigeria and Guinea with hosts Cote d’Ivoire drawn in Group A alongside Niger, Senegal and Benin Republic.

Here are the invited thirty players:

1. Fafali Dumahisi – Police Ladies 2. Barikisu Issahaku – Northern Ladies 3. Abigail Tawiah Mensah – Sea Lions 4. Azume Adams – Prison Ladies 5.  Justice Tweneboah – Ampem Darkoa 6. Gladys Amfobea – Lady Strikers 7. Ellen Coleman – Lady Strikers 8. Anastasia Akyaa – Sea Lions FC 9. Janet Egyir – Hasaacas Ladies 10. Linda Addai – Soccer Inllectuals 11. Holali Avitor- Kumasi Sports Academy 12. Rita Okyere – Prisons Ladies

  1. Grace Ntiful – Hasaacas Ladies
  2. Veronica Darkwah – Ashtown Ladies
  3. Rabi Musa – Fabulous Ladies
  4. Juliet Acheampong – Prisons Ladies
  5. Grace Asantewaa – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
  6. Diana Weige – Halifax Ladies
  7. Blessing Agbomadzi – Sea Lions
  8. Joyce Antwiwaa – Ashtown Ladies
  9. Alice Kusi – Fabulous Ladies
  10. Mavis Owusu – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
  11. Elshadai Acheampong – Kumasi Sports Academy
  12. Jane Ayieyam – Police Ladies
  13. Samiratu Abdul Rahman – PearlPia Ladies
  14. Elizabeth Owusua – SeaLions
  15. Grace Animah – Police Ladies
  16. Mukarama Abdulai – Northern Ladies
  17. Faustina Kyeremeh – Immigration Ladies
  18. Leticia Adjei – Samaria Ladies

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