Immigration Ladies on Wednesday picked their first win in the ongoing Normalisation Committee Women's Special Competition after they defeated Samaria Ladies 1-0 in their Week Four fixture played at the Accra Technical Training College (ATTC) at Kokomlemle.
Immigration Ladies lifted their game from their previous three matches much to the admiration of the sizable crowed which included Naa Odofoley Nortey, a member of the Normalisation Committee.
Immigration Ladies, who had former Black Queens star Adjoa Bayor in their set up, created a number of chances but failed to find the back of the net until referee Theresa Bremansu whistled to bring the first half to a close.
After a barren first half, Immigration came back rejuvenated and scored the only goal in the 46th minute through Patience Narh, who took advantage of a defensive blunder to tap home the ball at goal mouth.
After the goal, Samaria Ladies became alarmed with striker Leticia Adjei piling pressure on the defense of the visitors but most of her shots went straight into the hands of Black Queens goalkeeper Patricia Mantey.
Samaria Ladies fought back fiercely hoping to draw parity but their efforts did not yield the needed results as Immigration won the match 1-0.
At the Tema Community Three Park, Halifax Ladies tamed Police Ladies 3-1 to end Police's winning-spree since the competition began.
Police have recorded three straight wins from their previous games and were hoping to make it four on Wednesday, but a youthful Halifax side stopped them thanks to a hat-trick scored by striker Ernestina Tetteh. Deborah Afriyie scored the consolation goal for Police Ladies.
Police and Halifax are now tied at the top of the Group D table with nine points each followed by Samaria and Immigration with three points each.