Ghana’s U17 Black Starlets edge past Westphalia to win tournament in Namibia

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The Black Starlets win the U17 tournament in Namibia

The Black Starlets win the U17 tournament in Namibia

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Fabian Reese scored Westphalia’s fourth and it was up to Henry Medarious to strike and clinch victory for Ghana, and he did just that. Ghana crowned champions with 4-2 penalties shoot-out victory.

In the third and fourth-places playoff match, Buhle Mfodololo and Thendo Mukumele scored to guide South Africa to a deserved 2-0 victory over host Namibia.

The eight games of the tournament saw 21 goals scored and Ghana’s Abass Issah got the Golden Shoe for top-scoring with four goals, two ahead of teammates Kofi Amoakoa and Hendry Medarious.

Namibia’s captain and goalkeeper Donovan Gainub won the Goalkeeper of the Tournament award and also received the fourth place finish trophy for Namibia, while Westphalia playmaker from Borussia Dortmund Academy, Serhart Kot was voted the Best Player of the Tournament

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