The Black Princesses have gotten their FIFA Women's Under-20 World Cup qualifiers off on a good footing with resounding 4-0 victory over Guinea at the Ohene Djan Stadium on Sunday.
Three first half goals put the game beyond the Guineans before a second half goal sealed Ghana's day in the first leg tie of the preliminary African qualifier.
Striking sensation, Diana Ankomah, finished off a great day's work with a hat-trick.
Ghana's women's Under-19 team, started off with a brace from Diana Ankomah and a Siela Owusu goal to end the first session 3-0 up.
Back in the second half, Diana Ankomah hit a hat-trick, making it 4-0 for Ghana as the competition for a place in Chile, venue for the World Cup got underway.
The games on Sunday kicked off Africa's qualifying campaign involving eight matches with 16 nations participating on the continent.
Africa has two slots at the World Cup to be hosted by Chile which comes up between December 30, 2008 to January 17, 2009.
An aggregate win for the Black Princesses over the two-leg tie would hand them another tie with the winner of the Lesotho - Botswana game in the first round later in April.