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Black Maidens Jets Off To Gambia For 2018 WCQ.

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Ghana’s U-17 women’s national team Black Maidens has left for Gambia to prapare for their 2018 World Cup Qualify first leg against the Baby Scorpions on Saturday.

The Maidens will start another campaign to secure a ticket for the Fifa womens world cup slated for Uruguay come next year.
A contingent of eighteen female players, 7 techical staff and 3 management committee members made the trip to Gambia.

Ghana Black Maidens will play as guest of Baby Scorpions in a first leg world cup qualifier on Saturday, 2nd December 2017 at Independence Stadium, Bakau. 

Kick off – 4:30 pm.

GHANA BLACK MAIDENS.
TEAM SQUAD

GOALKEEPERS
1. Grace Banwaa – Halifax Ladies
2. Evelyn Yeboah – Ampem Darkoa

DEFENDERS
3. Tedinah Sekyere – Dreamz Ladies
4. Adama Alhassan – Soccer Intellectuals
5. Eugenia Tetteh – Halifax Ladies
6. Nina Norshie – Valued Ladies
7. Justice Tweneboah – Ampem Darkoa
8. Blessing Agbomadzi – Sports Academy

MIDFIELDERS
9. Azumah Bugre – Police Ladies
10. Patience Kundork – Ampem Darkoa
11. Jacqueline Owusu – Dreamz Ladies
12. Doris Bouaduwaa – Afia Kobi Ladies
13. Ama B. Appiah – Hasaacas Ladies
14. Suzzy Dede Teye – Lady Strikers
15. Abigail Tutuwaa – Prison Ladies

ATTACKERS
16. Mukarama Abdulai – Northern Ladies
17. Milot Pokuaa – Faith Ladies
18. Barikisu A. Rahman- Voltic Ladies

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
1. Mr. Augustine Asante – Chairman/Leader of delegation.
2. Mr. Francis Dogbatse – Vice Chairman

TECHNICAL STAFF

1. Augustine E. Adotey – Head Coach
2. Baba Nuhu – Asst. Coach
3. Mamunatu Sulemana – Gk’s Trainer
4. Christiana Agyeiwaa – Welfare Officer
5. Dr. Mame Efua Gyamfi – Doctor
6. Elizabeth Taylor – Physio
7. Wasila Iddrisu – Nurse
8. Fainusatu Naomi Abdulai – Equipment Officer

By: Gbordzor Promise
@GbordzorPromis1 on twiitter

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