Security service team, Police Ladies today edged out Halifax Ladies 1-0 in a pulsating game held at Teshie MATS park on day two of the ongoing Normalization Committee Women Special Competition.
The officers stamped their authority over their civilian counterparts as Juanita Aguadze’s strike in the 15th minute separated the two sides.
It was not only a battle of two big sides in the Southern Zone but also a battle between two tactically astute brains in Coach Christopher Darkey and Black Queens number two, Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo.
Coach Darkey proved his mettle on the day as he got the better of Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo.
Incredibly, Police Ladies did not have the most successful preparations prior to the match as they lost to lower tier side Ideal Ladies in a low grade friendly.
Today’s loss against Police Ladies makes it three defeats in a row for coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo and Halifax Ladies.
Next up for Police Ladies will be a battle for bragging rights among the security service teams as the one-time winners of the Sanford Women’s FA Cup play against Immigration Ladies whereas Halifax search for their first win against Samaria Ladies on day three.
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