Soccer News of Wednesday, 25 February 2015
Ghana’s Black Queens have resumed camping towards the qualification process for the 11th All-Africa Games.
Ghana are to begin their campaign from the second round of the qualifiers against the Mighty Warriors of Zimbabwe over two legs for the women’s category of football at the 2015 All-Africa Games to be hosted by Congo later this year.
Supersport.com currently understands that Ghana are yet to pick an exact date and venue for the first leg which is scheduled for the weekend of 20-22 March. The second leg takes place in Harare a fortnight later.
Five players from the under-20s, including Alice Danso, Grace Adams, Victoria Agyei, Edem Attovor, as well as one from the under-17s, Gladys Anfobeah, have been promoted to the seniors. They form part of a pool of 24 players who have reported to the national camp in Prampram since last week.