Head coach of Tema-based outfit Halifax Ladies, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo, claims her side are ready to write their names in gold in the ongoing special competition.

The WAFU winning coach has seen her side gradually warm themselves into the competition after suffering defeat on the first day.

The former FIFA referee, on Wednesday steered her side to yet another victory as they brushed aside Police Ladies on match day five with a handsome scoreline, 3-1.

The healthy win puts them level on points with Police Ladies and a win against Samaria Ladies will all but book their ticket in the next phase of the competition.

Quizzed on the approach she will deploy against struggling Immigration Ladies, she said,

“Basically, the strategy is exactly what you have seen today. It is all about determination and dedication.

“You need to have passion for what you are doing. We have stayed at home for quite a long time and everybody is eager to play football.

“So as we all know, it (special competition)  came to meet us and we are happy to play.

Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo believes her side are primed to make history in the special competition.

“My girls are poised and determined to make history for themselves.” she told NB Sports.

A fourth straight win for Halifax Ladies in their last five games will ensure qualification to the knockout phase of the special competition