Hasaacas Ladies advanced to the final against Ampem Darkoa Ladies with a 2–0 victory over Ashtown Ladies, thanks to goals in each half from Success Ameyaa and Veronica Appiah.
The victory extends Hasaacas Ladies’ unbeaten streak in local competitions to 25 games.
Success Ameyaa scored a penalty for Hasaacas Ladies in the 18th minute after Doris Boaduwaa was brought down inside the area.
Veronica Appiah scored the second goal in the 90th minute, tapping into the net from close range. Mary Obianuju advanced past her defender and teed up a pass to the forward, who finished it off neatly.
The victory did not come easily, as the Kumasi-based team fought tooth and nail for everything, only to be met by our strong defence.
Following the victory on Wednesday, Hasaacas Ladies become only the third team to reach the Women’s FA Cup final twice in a row, with Ampem Darkoa Ladies and Police Ladies being the other two.
The victory puts Hasaacas Ladies in a final versus Ampem Darkoa Ladies for the fourth time in a year.
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