The Women’s Special Competition continued over the weekend across the various league centers
There was a derby clash in Group B as ‘Pearlpia Ladies’ welcomed Northern Ladies to the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium.
The hosts went into the game with the hope of picking maximum points after their stalemate with Ampem Darkoa Ladies in midweek.
But their dreams crashed as Mukarama Abdullai led Northern Ladies to win 2-0.
The Black Maidens captain fetched the opener on the 10th minute mark before Black Princesses midfielder, Linda Obeng, wrapped the win in the 28th minute.
In Group C, Sea Lions and LadyStrikers also locked horns at the Nduom Stadium.
After thrashing Hasaacas Ladies on matchday two of the competition, Sea Lions were hoping to get another three points but failed to convert the chances that came their way as the match ended in a goalless draw.
Prisons Ladies met Ampem Darkoa Ladies at the Sunyani Coronation Park. The former league champions were aiming to bounce back to their winning ways after drawing with Northern Ladies in midweek.
They were put in the driving seat by Ophelia Amponsah who scored in the 51st minute after dominating their opponents from the blast of the referee’s whistle.
But with 10 minutes left on the clock, referee Joyce Apoh Alemsimi had to call the game off due to a heavy downpour.
The class one referee indicated that per the rules of the competition, the remaining minutes will be played on Sunday morning at exactly 10:00 am. The game continued on Sunday morning as scheduled. Three minutes into the game, Prisons Ladies’ Rita Okyere made it 1:1 in the 83 minute to end the game.
The Samaria Ladies were expected to engage Police Ladies, but the match was postponed to Sunday, March 17, due to the unavailability of the ATTC Park. Spectators on Sunday afternoon trooped to the park to enjoy the beautiful display of talents. The host scored the first goal in the 30th minutes courtesy Juliet Abankwah but the visitors came back stronger in the second half of the game. Faiza Ibrahim got her brace in the competition in the 71st and 89th minutes. Samaria Ladies defense made a blunder and Juanita Aguadzi in the death of the game made it three for the visitors, Police Ladies
Ernestina Tetteh single handedly thrashed Immigration Ladies at St Thomas Aquinas park. Immigration Ladies were hoping to get their first win in the on-going competition after suffering defeats at the hands of Samaria Ladies and Police Ladies. But Ernestina Tetteh’s brace sent the host into tears .Evelyn Amaning got the first goal in the 5th minute for Immigration Ladies. But Evelyn Tetteh responded quickly in the 8th minute before adding one to make it two in the 58th minutes
Yussif Basigi’s Hasaacas Ladies shared points with Soccer Intellectuals at the UEW Ajumako park
Check out the match results and standings after matchday three below;
Supreme ladies 0 :3 Fabulous ladies
Jenifer Kamkam Yeboah 71 (pen) Agnes Aduako 11″
Rosina Kurbile 22″ 27″
Kumasi Sports Academy 0-0 Ashtown Ladies
Ashtown ladies 5pt
Fabulous ladies 5pt
Kumasi Sports Academy 5pts
Supreme ladies 0
Pearlpia Ladies 0: 2 Northern Ladies
⚽ Mukarama Abdulai 10″
⚽ Linda Obeng 28″
Prisons 1:1 Ampem Darkoa
Rita Okyere 83″ Ophelia Amponsah 51″
Ampem Darkoa 5 pts
Northern ladies 4pts
Pearlpia ladies 4pts
Prisons ladies 2pts
Sea lions 0 : 0Ladystrikers
Soccer Intellectuals 0:0 Hasacaas ladies
Sea lions 5pt
S. Intellectuals 5pts
Hasaacas ladies 1pt
Immigration ladies 1-2 Halifax ladies
Evelyn Amaning 5″ Ernestina Tetteh 8″ 58″
Samaria ladies 1:3 Police ladies
Juliet Abankwa 30″ Faiza Ibrahim 71″ 89″
Juanita Aguadze 90+5″
Police ladies 9pts
Halifax ladies 6pts
Samaria ladies 3pts
Immigration ladies 0
By Ayishatu Zakaria Ali