Ghana’s Black Princesses recorded a thumping victory in their last friendly game ahead of the maiden edition of the Women’s WAFU Zone B u-20 Cup of Nations.
Yusif Basigi’s eased past Niger at the Accra Sports Stadium earlier on Wednesday, May 17, as they secured a win with an 11-0 scoreline.
The Black Princesses were ruthless in the first half of the game as they scored eight goals past their opponents to give themselves a breather.
Faith Ladies forward Maafia Nyame opened the scoring in the fourth minute and was doubled eight minutes after with Faiza Seidu getting her first of the game.
Captain of the side, Stella Nyamekye, scored from the penalty spot before Nyame also grabbed her second goal to make it 4-0 for Ghana.
Nyamekye scored again on the 24th-minute mark before Seidu netted her second a minute later to put Basigi’s far ahead.
The second half saw the gaffer make changes to his team with Ghana keeping up the same momentum with Stella getting her hattrick of the game.
Tracy Twum and substitute Mary Amponsah completed the damage for the Black Princesses.
The win will be a motivation for the team ahead of their first game at the tournament to be staged in Kumasi.
Ghana is drawn in Group A together with Benin and Ivory Coast.
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