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22.03.2007 Sports News

30 ladies get Princesses call

By gfa
30 ladies get Princesses call

Thirty players would be seeking to make it into the final Ghana team for a debut appearance for women's football at the All-African Games competition.

Ghana's Under-20 women's national side, the Black Princesses have been holed up in the national camp in Prampram for some weeks now.

From an initial squad number of 60 selected from the regions, the technical of the under-20 side, Mumuni Gamal has pruned the numbers to 30 within a two-week period.

Mumuni Gamal is now faced with the task picking his core team when the 30 selected players gather on Saturday for a four-week training exercise at the national camp.

Ghana's Black Princesses would be making their debut in the women's competition at the All-African Games to be hosted by Algeria in July.

Selected players:

Naomi Asante, Cynthia Adobea, Priscilla Annor, Leticia Minta and Dorothy Opoku Agyemang (Sunyani Ghatel Ladies), Jennifer Opoku, Fatima Adjei, Sheila Owusu and Agnes Aduako (Kumasi Fabulous Ladies) and Margaret Out and Mary Brenu Baidoo (Cape Coast Ghatel Ladies)

Edoe Seku, Sakina Abdul Mumuni and Faiza Ibrahim (Tamale Ghatel Ladies), Salamatu Alhassan (Wa Ghatel Ladies) Margaret Owusu and Mary Otoo (Accra Faith Ladies)

Evelyn Amaning, Mercy Adu Boahen and Diana Ankoma (Accra Ghatel Ladies), Lydia Kwatema and Juliet Akyeampong (Kumasi Ashtown Ladies)

Felicia Dapaa, Jaqueline Boakye and Lawrencia Kumi (Kumasi Ghatel Ladies), Eugenia Teye (La Ladies), Agnes Quaye (Nungua Ladies) Ruth Asante (Oforikrom Ladies), Abiba Mohammed (Koforidua Ghatel Ladies) and Francisca Koomson (Hasaacas Ladies)

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