Halifax Ladies recorded their second successive win in the ongoing Normalisation Committee Special Women’s competition after inflicting a 2-1 away win over Immigration Ladies at the St. Thomas Aquinas Park yesterday.
headed goals from striker Ernestina Tetteh in the eighth and 58th minutes of the
games was all the Nungua side needed to cancel out a fifth minute free kick by
to pick their first point of the campaign, Immigration Ladies attacked their
opponents’ goal first with a swift counter attack started by Elizabeth Tobor
but goalkeeper Grace Baanwa scored full marks to save Gifty Appiah’s strike.
free kick behind the box was expertly curled home by Amaning after striker
Faustina Kyeremeh was brought down.
visitors accepted the challenge and continued with their fast game, using the wings
much to their advantage.
winger Constance Serwaa Agyemang was a constant threat to the backline of the
host and kept their goal area boiling constantly.
came as little surprise when she delivered a well taken corner kick in the eighth
minute which was headed by Ernestina Tetteh for the equaliser.
if possessed, the Halifax lads piled pressure on their opponents in search of
more goals, however, poor judgement on the part of Tetteh, Bridget Adu and Regina
Donkoh robbed them of the goals in the first half.
was drama in the second half when the Immigration Ladies threatened to abandon the
game due to inconsistent refereeing.
when calm was restored, Serwaa Agyemang in the 58th minute fed Tetteh who
headed past goalkeeper Patricia Mantey in post for Immigration Ladies for the
home side had a penalty appeal waved off in the closing stages of the game
after goalkeeper Baanwa had brought down striker Appiah in a one-on-one
situation in the box.
loss leaves Immigration Ladies bottom of Group D without a win from three games
whiles Halifax Ladies move to second place on six points with Police leading
with nine points after their 3-1 win over Samaria Ladies yesterday at the ATTC
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