national-womens-league-week-8-wrap-upThe second round of the league started with some amazing performances and surprises as some teams still maintained their forms while others bounced back much stronger than before.
The tumble for points has begun in the second round of the National Women’s League as various teams in both the Southern and Northern sector geared up for their respective matches.
The Carl Reindorf Park was on fire as Immigration Ladies came back poised for a win against Soccer Intellectuals who they played host to but only managed a draw against them.
Hasacaas Ladies with 16 points on the league table battled it out with the twinkle, twinkle little stars of Elmina at the Bompeh Park. The clash ended in a 1:1 stalemate with Blessing Agbomazi of Sea Lions emerging the most valuable player of the game.
It was a clash of titans at the Robert Mensah Stadium as unbeaten Lady Strikers shared spoils with the Police Ladies. Deborah Afriyie of Police Ladies scored on the 78th minute with Ruth Appiah getting the equalizer for Lady strikers.
At the Community 4 TDC Park, Samaria Ladies who are at the bottom of the league table came back to record a 2:1 victory against Halifax Ladies.
Elsewhere in the Northern Zone undefeated Ampem Darko Ladies still maintained supremacy over the field as they thumped Supreme Ladies 4:1.
Lepo Ladies also recorded a win against Prison Ladies at the Utrecht Park with Alhassan Basira emerging as the most valuable player.
Meanwhile Kumasi Sports Academy put up an excellent performance as they trounced Fabulous Ladies 5:2.
Ashtown Ladies who played against Northern Ladies at the Police Depot each were unable to record a win.
Match Day 8 results:
- Lady Strikers 1-1 Police Ladies
- Immigration 1-1 Soccer Int.
- Sea Lions 1-1 Hasaacas Ladies
- Halifax Ladies 1-2 Samaria Ladies
- Ashtown 0-0 Northern
- Ampem Darkoa 4-1 Supreme
- Fabulous Ladies 2-5 @KuSALadies
- Pearl Pia 1-0 Prison Ladies
By: Adwoa Kyerewaa Darko2018-06-04 08:53:28Archives