The senior national female team, Black Queens, will begin their quest for West African glory as they camp in Cape Coast for the second edition of the WAFU tournament. Defending champions of the WAFU competition, Ghana, will camp in the coastal town of Cape Coast with a 25-woman squad, made up of players on the domestic scene.

As the old adage goes, “The early bird, catches the early worm” thus coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo and her side are set to begin preparations for the WAFU competition in order to claim gold for the second time.

In the recent past, Cape Coast has served as a good omen for the various national teams and it is no surprise why the technical team elected to camp in the Central region. The biennial tournament which began in 2017 was first held by Cote D’Ivoire with Ghana edging the host by a lone goal.

May 8 has being slated as the start date for the second edition of the WAFU competition with AWCON winners Nigeria and 2017 finalists set to grace the tournament.