Women’s Special Competition Match Day 3: Police beat Samaria Ladies 3-1 as Sea Lions and LadyStrikers share spoils

Author: Beatrice Laryea
An action from the Police versus Samaria Ladies match played at the ATTC Park at Kokomlemle

Police Ladies on Sunday continued their excellent form with a 3-1 victory over Samaria Ladies in their Week Three fixture of the Normalisation Committee Women’s Special Competition played at the ATTC Park at Kokomlemle.

Faiza Ibrahim scored a brace in the 76th and 89th minutes before Aguadze Juanita added a third goal in the 90th minute to give Police Ladies three straight wins after three matches.

Police now lead the Group D table with nine points followed by Halifax Ladies with six, after they (Halifax) recorded a 2-1 victory over Immigration at the Saint Thomas Aquinas Park yesterday.

Faiza scored Police first goal after converting a penalty after Jabril Salma pulled down an opponent in Samaria goal area which compelled referee Gloria Mortu to award a spot kick.

The enterprising player added a second goal after she had succeeded in dribbling her markers from the wings before Juanita added the third on.

It was Samaria Ladies who got the opener in the 30th minute after Juliet Abanklwa converted the ball from the 18-box after she had been set up by Elizabeth Oppong.

With their coach Anas Seidu constantly on the touchline to issue instructions, an improved Samaria Ladies team got the sizable crowed cheering throughout the game as they proved too tough for their opponents in all the departments of the game.

Samaria Ladies kept pushing for a goal in the 30th minute their efforts yielded result when Juliet Abankwa scored. They held on to the lead till referee Gloria Mortu whistled to end the first half.

From recess, Police Ladies woke up from their slumber as they used experience to capitalise on the petty mistakes of their opponents to snatch the all-important victory.

In the other Group D game, Halifax Ladies hammered Immigration 2-1 at the Saint Thomas Aquinas School Park to gain six points from three matches.

In Group B, Northern Ladies defeated hosts Pealpia Ladies 2-0 at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium after Black Maidens forward Mukarama Abdulai and Black Princesses midfielder Linda Obeng scored in the 10th and 28th minutes respectively to seal the deal for Northern Ladies.

The hosts went into the game with the hope of picking maximum points after their stalemate with Ampem Darkoa Ladies in midweek.

At the Nduom Sports Stadium, Sea Lions and LadyStrikers share the spoils as the played a goalless draw on Saturday. 

After thrashing Hasaacas Ladies on Match Day Two of the competition, Sea Lions were hoping to get another three points but failed to convert the numerous chances they created as the match ended goalless.

The game between Prisons Ladies and Ampem Darkoa Ladies at the Sunyani Coronation Park was rained off but it was repeated on Sunday which ended 1-1.


Group A.

Supreme ladies 0-3 Fabulous Ladies

Jenifer Kamkam Yeboah 71 (pen)                       

Agnes Aduako 11"

Rosina Kurbile 22" 27"

MVP: Afia Frimpomaa

Kumasi Sports Academy 0-0 Ashtown Ladies

 MVP: Mariam Mohammed


Ashtown Ladies 5pt

Fabulous Ladies 5pt

Kumasi Sports Academy 5pts

Supreme Ladies 0


Group B

Pearlpia Ladies 0:2 Northern Ladies 

Mukarama Abdulai 10"

Linda Obeng 28"

Prisons 1-1 Ampem Darkoa 

Rita Okyere 83"   Ophelia Amponsah 51" 

MVP Juliet Acheampong


Ampem Darkoa 5pts 

Northern Ladies 4pts

Pearlpia Ladies 4pts

Prisons Ladies 2pts


Group C 

Sea lions 0-0 LadyStrikers

Soccer Intellectuals 0:0 Hasacaas Ladies

 MVP: Linda Eshun


Sea Lions 5pts

S. Intellectuals 5pts

Ladystrikers 4pts

Hasaacas Ladies 1pt


Group D

Immigration Ladies 1-2 Halifax Ladies

Evelyn Amaning 5" Ernestina Tetteh 8" 58"

 MVP: Ernestina Tetteh

Samaria Ladies 1:3 Police Ladies 

Juliet Abankwa 30"

Faiza Ibrahim 71" 89"

Juanita Aguadze 90+5"


Police Ladies 9pts

Halifax Ladies 6pts 

Samaria Ladies 3pts

Immigration Ladies 0