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23.03.2007 General News

30 Princesses camped

By myjoyonline
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Thirty players of the U-20 Women's team, the Black Princess, have been invited for camping.

The move is in preparation for the All Africa Games.

The camping according to information gathered from the secretariat of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) by the GNA Sports will commence on Saturday, March 24, at the Ghanaman Centre of Excellence, Prampram.

The exercise lasts for four weeks.

The 30 players are part of the first batch of 60 players who excelled in an earlier justify your inclusion exercise held some few weeks back.

According to the information, the invited players will form the core of the Black Princess team, who will represent the nation at the games in Algeria in July.

The invited players are Naomi Asante (Ghatel Ladies, Sunyani), Jennifer Opoku (Fabulous Ladies, Kumasi), Margaret Otoo (Ghatel Ladies, Cape Coast), Edoe Soku (Ghatel Ladies, Tamale), Cynthia Adobia (Ghatel Ladies, Sunyani), Salamatu Alhassan (Ghatel Ladies, Wa), Margaret owusu (Faith Ladies, Accra), Priscilla Annor (Ghatel ladies, Sunyani) and Evelyn Amaning (Ghatel Ladies, Accra).

The others are Lydia Kwatema (Ashtown Ladies, Kumasi), Felicia Dapaa (Ghatel Ladies, Kumasi), Leticia Minta (Ghatel Ladies, Sunyani), Sakina Abdul Mumuni (Ghatel Ladies, Tamale), Dorothy Opoku Agyemang (Ghatel Ladies, Sunyani), Mary Otoo (Faith Ladies, Accra), Eugenia Teye (La Ladies), Mercy Adu Boahen (Ghatel Ladies, Accra), Juliet Acheampong (Ashtown Ladies, Kumasi), Jacqueline Boakye (Ghatel Ladies, Kumasi) and Agnes Quaye (Nungua Ladies, Accra).

The rest are Ruth Asante (Oforikrom Ladies, Kumasi), Fatima Adjei,(Fabulous Ladies, Kumasi), Francisca Koomson (Hasaacas Ladies, Sekondi), Sheila Owusu (Fabulous Ladies, Kumasi), Diana Ankomah (Ghatel Ladies, Accra), Ibrahim Faizal (Ghatel Ladies, Tamale), Mary Brenu Baidoo (Ghatel Ladies, Cape Coast), Lawrencia Kumi (Ghatel Ladies, Kumasi), Agnes Aduako (Fabulous Ladies, Kumasi) and Abiba Mohammed (Ghatel Ladies, Koforidua).