Police Ladies, two others cruise to last four of NC Special Competition

By
Edna A. Quansah, GNA

Accra, Match 25, GNA –
Police Ladies, Halifax Ladies, and Ampem Darkoa have cruised to the last eight
of the Normalization Committee Special Women’s Competition (NCSWC) in their
respective groups.

Having played five
matches, Police Ladies and Halifax ladies amassed 12 points and ten points
respectively in Group D, to advance to the next stage of the competition with a
game to spare, whilst Ampem Darkoa also booked a ticket to the next stage with
nine points ahead of Prison Ladies, Mukarama Abdulai’s Northern Ladies and
Pearlpia Ladies in Group B.

Police ladies, who
defeated Immigration Ladies 3-1 in match-day five over the weekend won four
games and lost one to maintain the top spot in Group D, two points clear of
Halifax with Samaria Ladies occupying the third position with four points, with
Immigration ladies at the bottom with 3 points.

In Group B where Ampem
Darkoa have sealed qualification, it would be a battle for the gods in the last
match on Wednesday to determine who qualifies.

However, Prison Ladies
with eight points and Northern Ladies on five, it appears the former are in a
better position to progress.

The remaining six
clubs that joins Police Ladies and Halifax ladies will be determined in the
final match.

The quarter-finalists
would pocket GHc3,000 each from the Ghana Football Association (GFA)
Normalisation Committee.

Herein the Group
Standing

Group
A

Ashtown Ladies 8
points

Fabulous Ladies 8
points

Kumasi Sports Academy
8 points

Supreme Ladies 4
points

Group
B

Ampem Darkoa 9 points

Prisons Ladies 8
points

Northern Ladies
5points

Pearlpia ladies    4 points

Group
C

Sealions      8 Points

Ladystrikers 6 points

Soccer Intellectuals 6
points

Hassacas Ladies    5 points

Group
D

Police Ladies 12
points

Halifax Ladies 10
pints

Samaria Ladies 4
points

Immigration Ladies 3
points

GNA

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