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National Women's League

Samira Ladies Stun Immigration Ladies In NC Special Women’s Competition Opener


Samaria Ladies Football Club jumped onto the summit of Group D of the Normalisation Committee’s Special Women’s competition after inflicting a 2-1 away defeat on Immigration Ladies at the St. Thomas Aquinas Park on Sunday.

A brace from inspirational skipper Leticia Adjei in the 17th and 21st minutes of the game and a consolation goal striker Faustina Kyeremeh in the 57th was all it took to put the victor up, on the group log.

Watched by a member of the Normalisation Committee madam Naa Odofoley Nortey, the game burst into light right from the blast of referee Juliet Afriyie whistle as the younger looking Samaria Ladies chased for the opener as they threatened the host goal area with Adjei the tormentor-in-chief.

As early as the third-minute goalkeeper Patricia Mantey was called into action to save a sticky situation after Adjei had gone pass the defense duo of Margaret Owusu and Abigail Kumi.

As the game wore on it was just a matter of time for the opener to arrive and in the 11th minute Adjei was put through by Comfort Forkuo and she curled a shot past Mantey in the post for Immigration Ladies.

Playing a high pressing game, the visitors kept running at the host in search of more goals, Mantey had to make a double save to stop Deborah Opoku’s goal-bound strike

Four minutes after the opener Adjei struck again this time she headed the ball past Mantey but it came off the woodwork, hit Mantey on the back before rolling over the goal line.

Adjei and Opoku remained a constant threat to the Immigration defense, with their characteristic surging runs up front and could have scored more goals but for their profligacy in front of goal.

Back from recess, the uniformed ladies lifted up their play, pushing for the equalizer and they were duly rewarded when Kyeremeh went past two defenders before blasting
a left-footed shot past goalkeeper Ayishetu Simpson.

Kyeremeh had another bite of the cherry to equalize for her side on the stroke of full time but instead of going for placement she decided to go round an onrushing Simpson who stretched to pluck the ball off her feet.

In the group’s other game played at the Teshie MATS Park between Police Ladies and Halifax Ladies, saw a 15th-minute strike from the foot of Joanitta Aguadze settling the score.

That goal was enough to see Police Ladies jump to second place on the log, leaving Halifax Ladies and Immigration Ladies to follow in that order.

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