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Head Coach of the Black Queens, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo has invited 38 players to camp to begin preparations for the upcoming Africa Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) qualifiers.

The Head Coach named nine foreign-based and 29 local-based players to report to camp at the Ghanaman Centre of Excellence at Prampram on Thursday, July 15, 2021.

Coach Tagoe-Quarcoo’s charges are to begin preparations for the 2022 AWCON qualifiers against the Super Falcons of Nigeria.

Ghana will battle the African giants in two qualifying matches in October 2021 and February 2022 for a ticket to the Women’s continental competition in Morocco.

Herein the squad:

Goalkeepers: Fafali Dumehasi (Police Ladies), Abigail Tawia Mensah (Berry Ladies), Victoria Agyei Antwi (Kumasi Sports Academy), Martha Annan (Sea Lions), Cynthia Konlan-Findib (Pearl Pia Ladies) Mary Neequaye (Immigration Ladies)

Defenders:  Ellen Coleman (Lady Strikers), Beatrice Sesu (Police Ladies), Philicity Asuako (Police Ladies), Janet Egyir (Hasaacas Ladies), Susan Ama Duah (Berry Ladies), Justice Tweneboaa (Ampem Darkoa Ladies).

Midfielders: Priscilla Okyere (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Sonia Opoku (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Mary Essiful (Soccer Intellectuals, Nina Norshie (Berry Ladies), Veronica Appiah (Hasaacas Ladies), Grace Adams (Berry Ladies).

Forwards: Vivian Konadu (Thunder Queens), Doris Boaduwaa (Hasaacas Ladies), Uwaisa Mawia (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Rasheeda Inkoom (Prisons Ladies), Gladys Anfobea (Lady Strikers), Sandra Owusu-Ansah (Supreme Ladies), Ayisha Yakubu (Pearl Pia Ladies), Jacqueline Asamoah (Kumasi Sports Academy), Millot Pokua (Hasaacas Ladies), Elizabeth Owusua (Sea Lions), Sophia Agyakwa (Soccer Intellectuals), Alice Kusi (Fabulous Ladies).

Foreign Based Players: Elizabeth Addo (Djurgarden IF), Portia Boakye (Djurgarden IF), Princella Adubea (Racing Feminas), Jennifer Cudjoe (Gotham FC), Sherifatu Sumaila (FC Kiryat Gat), Eunice Beckmann (FC Koln), Grace Asantewaa (Real Betis), Linda Eshun Club Deportivo Parquesol), Wasila Dawura-Soale (LSU Soccer).

SourceGNA

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