Black Queens Coach, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo, has named a squad of 22 players to face Nigeria in the first leg of the 2022 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) qualifiers.
The list includes four foreign-based players with Israel-based defender Blessing Shine Agbomadzi making a return to the squad.
Portia Boakye and Spain-based duo Princella Adubea and Grace Asantewaa complete the list of foreign-based players invited for the hurdle.
Ghana will take on the Super Falcons of Nigeria in two legs set for October 20 and 24 respectively with the winner of the two matches progressing to the final round of qualifiers for Africa’s flagship female competition.
The 22 players include:
Fafali Dumehasi – Police Ladies
Victoria Antwi-Adjei – Kumasi Sports Academy
Mary Neequaye- Immigrations Ladies
Gladys Amfobea – Ladystrikers
Ellen Coleman – Ladystrikers
Nina Norshie – Berry Ladies
Janet Egyir – Hasaacas Ladies
Blessing Agomadzi – Hapoel Be’er sheva
Justice Tweneboa – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Philicity Asuako- Police Ladies
Naomi Anima – Kumasi Sports Academy
Monica Addai – Berry Ladies
Grace Animah – Police Ladies
Grace Acheampong – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Grace Adams – Berry Ladies
Grace Asantewaa – Real Betis Feminas
Portia Boakye – Dujarden IF
Sophia Agyarkwa – Soccer Intellectuals
Vivian Adjei Konadu – Thunder Queens
Elizabeth Owusu – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Sonia Opoku – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Princella Adubea – Racing Feminas