The Black Maidens have departed Accra for Dakar ahead of the first leg tie in the U-17 World Cup qualifying series.
👋🏾 Hello Senegal 🇸🇳, we’re coming with 🔥
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The team left the shores of the country via Air Cotê D’Ivore at 10:00 GMT.
The travelling party includes Princess Owusu, the leading top scorer in the Women’s Premier League.
Also, Berlene Nyarko and Agnes Yeboah made the list as players from the lower tier sides Mfantsiman Royals and Combined Forces respectively.
The Maidens have never failed to make an appearance in the U-17 Women’s World Cup since the competition’s inception in 2008 and are one of the most consistent teams in the world, making the quarter-finals on the last three occasions.
Their opponents, Senegal, are yet to feature in the World Cup.
The first leg will be played in Dakar on March 3rd, 2022 with the return leg to be played on March 19, 2022, with the hope of grabbing one of the tickets for the global showpiece to be held in India from October 11, 2022, to October 30, 2022.
Below is the team list:
Ahamadu Amina – FC Savannah
Brown Deborah – Ampem Darkoa
Amenyaku Afi – Northern Ladies
Comfort Yeboah – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Fuseini Zuleiha – Pearlpia Ladies
Rose Boakyewa – Dreamz Ladies
Seidu Faiza – Northern Ladies
Magdalene Awuni – Bolga All Stars Ladies
Janet Adu-Agyemang – Fabulous Ladies
Zakaria Takia – Pearlpia Ladies
Stella Nyamekye – Dreamz Ladies
Linda Sarfoa Mintah – Prisons Ladies
Berlene Nyarko – Mfantsiman Royals
Ameyaa Success- Hasaacas Ladies
Amoh Nancy – Supreme Ladies
Georgina Aoyem Ayisha – Pearlpia Ladies
Constance Serwaa Agyemang – Berry Ladies
Comfort Owusu -Hasaacas Ladies
Abdulai Karima – FC Savannah
Princess Owusu – Fabulous Ladies
Iddi Maltiti Mariam – Pearlpia Ladies
Agnes Yeboah – Combined Forces