Southern sector-based club Halifax Ladies have hit camp in earnest preparations ahead of the start of the Special Competition organised by interim GFA, i.e. Normalization Committee.
After a long hiatus from football activities due to the earthquake that shook the foundations of Ghana football as a result of the Anas’ Number 12 expose, domestic football is set to kick off this month.
A tentative date of 21st February has been slated to kick off proceedings for Women’s football to return to the West African nation.
Halifax Ladies, headed by Black Queens assistant coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo will put her charges through their paces in order to stand a chance of winning the competition ahead of traditional powerhouses Hasaacas Ladies and Ampem Darkoa Ladies.