The Black Princesses have advanced to the final stage if the FIFA Women's U-20 World Cup qualifiers after completing a 10-1 aggregate win over Kenya on Sunday. After a 5-0 win over the Kenyans two weeks ago, Coach Yusuf Basigi's side recorded a 5-1 victory in the return encounter played at the Jomo Kenyatta stadium. Priscilla Adubea and Olivia Anokye were among the scorers who helped the National U-20 female make it to the last stage of the world cup qualifiers. Ghana will play Cameroon in their final qualifying match to book a place in next year's World Cup to be played in France. Source: Ghanafa
Multi Pac Ghana Limited, producers of Perla Natural Mineral Water and 5 Star Energy Drink have donated products to two female national football teams, the Black Princesses and Black Maidens. Multi Pac presented 100 cartons of their products made up of Perla Natural Mineral Water and other products including assorted soft drinks to the teams at their training camp at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence in Prampram. A management member of Multi Pac Ghana Limited, Kaiser Abrahams, said the donation forms part of Multi Pac Ghana Limited's corporate social responsibility. "This donation is part of responsibility as a corporate citizen of Ghana and we chose women's football because we feel they are often neglected by corporate Ghana but they need the most support. "We don't ...
The Black Princesses host their Kenyan counterparts in the 2018 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup match at the Cape Coast Stadium this weekend. The game will be played at 3pm (local time) on Sunday, November 5 at the Cape Coast stadium. A delegation made up of 18 players and the technical team are expected to arrive in Cape Coast for the match. Ghana made it to this stage of the qualifiers after beating Algeria in a two legged tie last month. Winner of the game between Ghana and Kenya will advance to the last stage of the qualifiers for a place in the World Cup which will be played in France.
The national U20 Women team, Black Princesses will face their Algerian counterparts in the return league of FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Qualifier on Sunday October 1. The game will be played at 3:30pm (local time) at the Cape Coast Stadium. Ghana beat their Algerian counterparts 5 goals to nil in the first leg match played in Algiers on the September 15. Goal scorers for Ghana in that game were Olivia Anokye who scored 2 goals, Grace Asantewaa, Sandra Owusu Ansah and Helena Obeng. Winner of the two-legged tie will advance to the next stage of the 2019 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers which will be staged in France.
Coach Yusif Bassigi has named Ghana’s starting line-up for Friday evening’s FIFA World Cup qualifier against Algeria. The Black Princesses XI will face their Algerian counterparts in the qualifying match scheduled to be played at the Omar Hamadi Stadium in Algiers. Former U 17 goalkeeper Martha Annan will be in post for Ghana with Sandra Owusu Ansah and Rafia Kulchire Alhassan in attack for this evening’s game The game is expected to kick off at 7pm (local time). Black Princesses XI fir Algeria match: Martha Koffie Annan Gladys Amfobea Justice Tweneboa Blessing Agbomadzi Philicity Asuako Grace Asantewaa Helena Obeng Grace Acheampong Ruth Anim Sandra Owusu Ansah Rafia Kulchire Source: GFA
Coach of the Ghana U-20 Women’s team, Yussif Basigi, has stated that his team is fully prepared to face their Algerian counterpart come Friday. The Princesses left Accra for Algeria on Tuesday for the game in the North African country on Friday night. Black Princesses have been in camp preparing for the first leg encounter against the Algerians in the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in France. Despite admitting preparations wasn't enough for the team, the former Hassacas coach believes his girls are ready for the game. “Preparations wasn’t enough for us but we are getting on. I am very happy for the girls because they have been able to catch up very fast and things are going on well for them,” Basigi told the media. “We are on course. To be able to make to it to the
USA were made to work overtime before earning a come-from-behind 1-1 draw against Ghana to ensure top spot in Group C of the ongoing Women World Cup. It was a hard-fought match with limited goal scoring opportunities at either end in a blustery Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby. USA commenced the day in top spot and needed only a draw to guarantee progression, but a point would have left the door open for France or New Zealand to leapfrog them at the summit. As it panned out, France’s 2-0 win saw the pair level at the top on points and goals only for USA to finish as group-winners on Fair Play criteria, having picked up one fewer yellow card. The goal scoring was compacted into two first-half minutes with Ghana breaking the deadlock on 20 minutes. Ernestina Abambila p
Another last minute goal caused Ghana its first win in the ongoing 2016 FIFA U20 World Cup tournament in Papua New Guinea as the Black Princesses drew 2-2 with France on Thursday. Delphine Cascarino gave the French side the lead on the half hour mark before Sandra Owusu Ansah equalized for the Princesses with a minute to end the first half. Jane Ayieyam put Ghana ahead in the 65th minute and just when Ghana thought it was going to seal the three points in the game, substitute Clara Mateo scored a heart breaking goal to end the game level. France began the game as the better side as they tried to break the resolute Ghanaian defense from the blast of the whistle. They were rewarded with a goal in the 30th minute when Cascarino latched on to a pass from Gauvin who was surgin
The Ghana black Princesses suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of New Zealand in their opening game of the ongoing FIFA U-20 world cup in the Papua New Guinea. Kayla Christianson scored late in the game to hand her side a win over the young Ghanaians who were bent on winning the game. Ghana's unproductive play especially in the first half caused them the win after squandering several opportunities which came their way. The Black Princesses had their biggest chance in the game in the 74th minute when Wasila Diwura-Soule failed to find the back of the net after shooting straight to New Zealand goalkeeper Nadia Olla. Promoted maidens skipper Sandra Owusu Ansah also came close to scoring for ghana but saw her shot go past the poles by inches. Christianson grabbed t