Black Princesses (Women’s U20)
Black Princesses (Women’s U20)

Yussif Basigi, the Head Coach of the Black Princesses has invited 30 players to camp to begin training ahead of a friendly game with the Moroccan U-20 female national team.

The match is billed for Thursday, November 26 at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The invited players and officials of the team are to report to the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence, Prampram on Thursday, November 19 and would undergo a mandatory Covid-19 test.

The players received call-up from the Women’s Premier league and the second tier.

Herein the full squad

NAME CLUB

Grace Baanwa Hasaacas Ladies FC
Kerrie McCarthy Kumasi Sports Academy

Cynthia Kolan Pearl Pia Ladies FC

Justice Tweneboah Ampem Darkoa Ladies FC

Tedina Sekyere Dreams Ladies FC

Nina Norshie Valued Girls FC

Faustina Aidoo Hasaacas Ladies FC

Queenabel Amankrah – Hasaacas Ladies FC

Cecilia Hagan – Sea Lions Ladies FC

Evelyn Badu – Hasaacas Ladies FC

Azumah Bugre – Army Ladies FC

Jaqueline Owusu – Dreamz Ladies FC

Suzy Dede Teye – Ladystrikers FC

Peterson Kundock – Ampem Darkoa Ladies FC

Fuseina Mumuni – Pearl Pia Ladies FC
Grace Acheampong – Ashtown Ladies FC
Mukarama Abdullah – Northern Ladies FC

Milot Abena Pokua – Hasaacas Ladies FC

Doris Boaduwa – Hasaacas Ladies FC

Rahama Jafar – Northern Ladies FC

Lauratu Issaka – Mfantseman Ladies FC

Faustina Akpo – Berry Ladies FC

Joyce Larbi – Kumasi Sports Academy

Abigail Tutuwa – Prisons Ladies FC

Rafia Kulchire – Hasaacas Ladies FC

Diana Antwi – Ampem Darkoa Ladies FC

Comfort Yeboah – Soccer Intellectuals FC

Sophia Dadzie – Sea Lions Ladies FC

Selina Abalansa – Soccer Intellectuals Ladies FC

Sandra Owusu Ansah- Supreme Ladies FC

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