Ghana Football Association (GFA) has extended invitation to 33 members of the National Under-17, team, the Black Princesses ahead of preparations for the 2012 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan, later in September this year.
A statement from the GFA copied to GNA Sports stated that the Black Maidens will report for camping on Sunday, 13th May, 2012 at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence in Prampram in the Greater Accra Region at 4:00 pm.
Among the list of players invited are, Victoria Antwi – Ash Town Ladies F/C, Azum Adams – Hasaacas Ladies F/C, Sawude Issah – Hasaacas Ladies F/C, Suzana Enyonam Atsem – Taifa Ladies F/C, Naomi Anima – Ash Town Ladies F/C, Catherine Arthur – Cape Coast Ghatel F/C, Ellen Coleman – Vodafone Ladies F/C, Cape Coast, Jemima Dussey – Cape Coast Ghatel F/C, Amina Fuseini – Lepo Ladies F/C, Regina Antwi – Hasaacas Ladies F/C, Vida Opoku – Olympic Marseil Ladies F/C, Gladys Amfobiah and Ivy Kolly – Inter Royals Ladies F/C, Kate Adu Agyemang – Ash Town Ladies F/C, Laadi Issaka – Sharp Arrows Ladies F/C, Linda Addai – Soccer Intellectuals Ladies F/C, Fatima Alhassan – Ash Town Ladies F/C, Rasheda Abdul- Rahman and Samira A. Rahman – Lepo Ladies F/C, Victoria Kuzagbe – Ideal Ladies F/C, Priscilla Okyere – Fabulous Ladies F/C, Beatrice A. Sesu – Ghana Post Ladies F/C, Sandra Boakye – Fabulous Ladies F/C and Gladys Neequaye – Faith Ladies F/C.
The rest others; Sherifatu Sumaila – Lepo Ladies F/C, Wasila Diwura Soale – Hasaacas Ladies F/C, Charlotte Fosuah – Reformers Ladies F/C, Lily Lawrence Niber and Jane Ayieyam – Ash Town Ladies F/C, Alberta Yawo Ahiale – Ghana Post Ladies F/C, Kasira Malik-Jabdon – Reformers Ladies F/C,. Mary Adobea Asinor – Ash Town Ladies F/C and Lorentia Kumi Osika. GNA