Ghana’s Female U-17 to resume camping on January 3

Ghana’s Female U-17 to resume camping on January 3

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Ahead of Djibouti tie Players and technical staff of Ghana’s female Under 17 side, Black Maidens were released on Monday morning, 18th December 2017 for Christmas and will be expected back to training on January 3, ahead of February 2-4 final and February 16-18 qualifier against Djibouti.

The Black Maidens ended on a high against the Baby Scorpions last Saturday at the Cape Coast Stadium with two second half goals to end the two legged affair on 7:1 aggregate.

Top scorer of the qualifiers, Abdulai Mukurama took her tally for the competition to 5 with the last strike which was the cushioning adding to the first leg’s 4 goals at the Independent Stadium, Gambia.

The team is expected to resume camping on Wednesday, 3rd January 2018 at Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence, Prampram ahead of the two legged affair against Djibouti who had a walkover against Tunisia at the second round of qualifiers.

The Black Maidens are the brightest African side at the world stage after clinching bronze at the 2012 edition at Azerbaijan and are looking to qualify to the world stage for the fifth consecutive occasion. Uruguay will be hosting the next edition of the FIFA Female Under-17 World Cup between October and November 2018.