All is set for the grande finale of the Normalization Committee Women’s Special Competition on Sunday, 14th April 2019 as Ampem Darkoaa ladies battle it out against Hasacas Ladies at the El Wak Sports Stadium.
The novelty competition will see winners of the Northern sector and the Southen sector play to get the overall winner. Ampem Darkoaa won their zone after a scintillating performance. They qualified from the group that involved Northern ladies , Pearl Pia and Prisons ladies.
They met Kumasi Academy in the quarter finals which they won 2-0 on aggregate. But the semi finals was a crucial one for them . They met Prisons Ladies again in a battle which ended in bizarre circumstances with Referee Theresa Bremansu brutalized by after the game. Ampem Darkoaa won by 5-1 on aggregate to book a ticket to the finals.
Hasacas Ladies qualification to the finals was topsy-turvy. They lost their first two group games to Lady Strikers and Sea Lions respectively and pick just a point out of 9. They bounced back in the second round of the group games and picked 7 points to qualify for the quarter finals.
They played a 3-3 drawn game on aggregate against Police Ladies in the Quarter finals but qualified on the away goal rule. They met regional foes, Sea Lions again in the Semi -finals which also ended 4-4 on aggregate with Hasacas Ladies qualifying on the away goal rule again.
But the NC Women’s Special finals promises to be a cracker since both clubs are former national champions. Both clubs are well prepared for the game. However. Ampem Darkoaa Ladies are favorites of the performance in the competition is anything to go by but Hasacas Ladies are the most improved side considering how they labored to qualify for the finals. But football speaks a different language on the pitch and so Sunday will decide which club ultimately becomes the National Champions in the Normalization Committee Special Women’s Competition at the El Wak Stadium.
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