Black Queens start preparation for Aisha Buhari Invitational tourney

The national senior women’s team, the Black Queens, commenced camping on Sunday with 30 players in attendance at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence.

They are expected to participate in the Aisha Buhari Invitational Women’s football tournament scheduled for September 13-21, 2021 in Lagos, Nigeria.

The list was announced on Friday by the technical team headed by Head Coach, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo.

The players in camp include Fafali Dumehasi- Police Ladies; Kerrie McCarthy- Kumasi Sports Academy; Mary Neequaye- Immigration Ladies; Abigail Tawiah Mensah – Berry Ladies; Victoria Antwi-Agyei – Kumasi Sports Academy; Gladys Amfobea – Ladystrikers and Beatrice Sesu – Police Ladies.

Others are Jaqueline Asamoah – Kumasi Sport Academy; Ellen Coleman – Ladystrikers; Janet Egyir – Hasaacas Ladies; Linda Eshun -Hasaacas Ladies; Janet Adu Agyemang – Fabulous Ladies; Philicity Asuako – Police Ladies; Nina Norshie – Berry Ladies; Justice Tweneboa – Ampem Darkoa Ladies and Mary Essiful – Soccer Intellectuals.

The rest are Grace Adams – Berry Ladies; Henrietta Annie – Police Ladies; Monica Addai – Berry Ladies; Rashida Ibrahim – Berry Ladies; Elizabeth Owusua – Sea Lions; Milot Pokua – Hasaacas Ladies; Sophia Agyarkwa – Soccer Intellectuals; Vivian Adjei Konadu – Thunder Queens; Sonia Opoku – Ampem Darkoa Ladies; Veronica Appiah – Hasaacas Ladies and Naomi Animah – Kumasi Sports Academy.

The foreign based players include Jennifer Cudjoe – Gotham FC; Grace Asantewaa – Real Betis Feminas; Wasila Diwura Soale – LSU; Elizabeth Addo – Djurgåden IF; Portia Boakye- Djurgåden IF; Eunice Beckman Nketiah – FC Cologne; Alice Kusi – ZFK Spartak and Priscilla Adubea – Racing Santander.

The Black Queens will face Cameroon and South Africa in the group phase of the tournament.

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