The Normalization Committee’s Special Women’s Competition (NCSWC), which started few weeks ago, has seen some incredible performance from the various teams, as well as some promising talents.

The competition has teams in the Northern and Southern sector grouped into four groups, which has each sector in two groups.

Group A has Fabulous Ladies, Kumasi Sports Academy with Ashtown Ladies and Supreme Ladies, with Group B having Ampem Darkoa Ladies, Northern Ladies, Pearlpia Ladies and Prison Ladies, Group C also has Lady Strikers, Hasaacas Ladies, Soccer Intellectuals and Sea Lion with Samaria Ladies, Police Ladies, Immigration Ladies and Halifax FC making up Group D.

Ashtown Ladies, Kumasi Sports Academy and Fabulous Ladies are leading the table in Group A, with all teams having 5 points to their credit leaving Supreme Ladies at the bottom with no points.

Elsewhere in Group B, Ampem Darkoa leads the table with 5 points with Northern and Pearlpia Ladies having 4 points each and Prisons Ladies with 2 points.

Group C has Sea Lions and Soccer Intellectuals at the foremost of the chart with 5 points each, followed by Lady Strikers with 4 points and Hasaacas at the bottom with just 1 point.

Police Ladies are so far leading with 9 points in Group D, having Halifax Ladies following with 6 points, Samaria Ladies with 3 points and sending-off Immigration with no point throughout their first three games in the competition.

The Special Women’s Competition has been organized to keep the female players active for other upcoming competitions.

The best teams would advance to the next stage of the competitions before the grand finale which has been scheduled for April 20.

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