Ghana’s Black Maidens Depart For Gambia Ahead Of 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Qualifier

Ghana's Black Maidens Depart For Gambia Ahead Of 2018 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Qualifier

The Black Maidens team will depart for Gambia today (Thursday) ahead of the 2018 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup qualifier.

Augustine Evans Adotey and his young girls will be aiming for a good result in the first leg tie.

The game will take place at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.

The 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup will take place in Uruguay in December.


  1. Grace Banwaa – Halifax Ladies
  2. Evelyn Yeboah – Ampem Darkoa


  1. Tedinah Sekyere – Dreamz Ladies
  2. Adama Alhassan – Soccer Intellectuals
  3. Eugenia Tetteh – Halifax Ladies
  4. Nina Norshie – Valued Ladies
  5. Justice Tweneboah – Ampem Darkoa
  6. Blessing Agbomadzi – Sports Academy


  1. Azumah Bugre – Police Ladies
  2. Patience Kundork – Ampem Darkoa
  3. Jacqueline Owusu – Dreamz Ladies
  4. Doris Bouaduwaa – Afia Kobi Ladies
  5. Ama B. Appiah – Hasaacas Ladies
  6. Suzzy Dede Teye – Lady Strikers
  7. Abigail Tutuwaa – Prison Ladies


  1. Mukarama Abdulai – Northern Ladies
  2. Milot Pokuaa – Faith Ladies
  3. Barikisu A. Rahman – Voltic Ladies

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