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2019/20 Ghana Women’s Premier League: Soccer Intellectuals beat Samaria Ladies to remain unbeaten

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Impregnable Soccer Intellectuals defeated Samaria Ladies by one goal to nil  at the Kofi Assansa Park in Ajumako to continue their unbeaten run in the 2020 Ghana Women’s Premier League.

After a five-minute delay due to the late arrival of security, the Ajumako fans, though divided, were ready to support their chosen teams.

The first half saw Samaria Ladies’ shot-stopper Rose Teye Baah stepping up to make some great saves to keep the score barren.

Soccer Intellectual’s Mary Essiful’s blistering free kick in the 29th minute was met with an equally good save from Rose Teye Baah.

Both teams failed to find the back of the net at the break.

Both teams continued to press for the opener and the exchanges paid off for Soccer Intellectuals as Mary Essiful sublimely curled the ball into the bottom right corner of post to give them the lead which eventually ended up as the winner.

Soccer Intellectuals remain unbeaten so far this season with an impressive three wins and a draw.

Jenifer Owusuaa of Samaria Ladies was voted Player of the Match.

Her NASCO phone and hair dryer was presented to her by former Black Queens coach Bashir Hayford.

In other matches:

NORTHERN ZONE

Ampem Darkoa Ladies 1-2 Prisons Ladies

NASCO Player of the match – Juliet Acheampong (Prisons Ladies)

Pearl Pia Ladies 1 : 0 Kumasi Academy NASCO Player of the Match: Safia Abdul Rahman ( Pearlpia Ladies )

Fabulous ladies 1-1 Northern ladies

NASCO Player of the Match – Rahama Jafar (Northern Ladies)

Ashtown Ladies 1:1 Supreme Ladies

NASCO Player of the Match – Latifah Mohammed (Supreme Ladies)

SOUTHERN ZONE

Police Ladies 1:1 Halifax Ladies

NASCO Player of the Match- Monica Addai (Halifax Ladies)

Lady Strikers 0:3 Sea lions Ladies

NASCO Player of the Match – Martha Annan (Sea Lions)

Soccer Intellectuals 1:0 Samaria Ladies

NASCO Player of Match – Jennifer Owusuaa (Samaria Ladies)

Immigrations Ladies 0:4 Hasaacas Ladies

NASCO Player of the Match – Doris Boaduwaa (Hasaacas Ladies)

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