Here’s everything you need to know about our Malta Guinness Women’s Premier League Southern Zone deciding game against Faith Ladies at the Sekondi Gyandu Park.
Where to follow the game
The last game of the Southern Zone where Hasaacas Ladies play as host to Faith Ladies has been pushed to Sunday, April 30, 2023 and kicking off at exactly 2:30pm instead of the traditional 3:00pm.
The game will be broadcasted live on all Ghana Football Association Facebook Pages, it will be televised live on Max TV as the first game of its kind from the Sekondi Gyandu Park and those on Twitter can follow updates from @HasaacasLadies using the Hashtag, Hasmal.
Update on Team News
Doreen Copson and Fidous Yakubu who missed the previous 1 – 1 encounter against Ladystrikers are expected back to the team; Copson served a one game ban for accumulated cards while Yakubu is expected to shook of the illness ahead of tie.
The squad remains completely buoyed for this one with no further complains thereof.
There is no entry fee for this encounter and the gate opens from exactly 1:00pm on Sunday, April 30, 2023.
Permutations and stats
Coach Yussif Basigi and his ladies are on 36 points after 17 games and two points better than Faith Ladies. A draw is enough to secure a top place after the 18 game days.
Hasaacas Ladies have won all eight games this campaign, and hold a hundred percent record being the only side in the country to achieve such an important feat. A run that has seen the team score 24 times and conceded only three goals.
Our goal difference of 24, after scoring 37 and conceding 13 remains the best in the country and we strive to consolidate that with Sunday’s important fixture.
The 13 goals conceded are the second fewest in the country with respect to Army Ladies’ 10 goals conceded.
Hasaacas Ladies have scored 37 times this season and that is the second most goals scored in the country which is only bettered by Ampem Darkoa Ladies’ 41.
Doris Boaduwaa’s nine goals this season is the most by any player at Hasaacas Ladies FC.
A total of ten players have scored for Hasaacas Ladies this season;
- Doris Boaduwaa – nine goals
- Veronica Kumah-Baah – eight goals
- Doreen Copson – seven goals
- Fidous Yakubu – five goals
- Fatoumata Tamboura – two goals
- Linda Epo – one goal
- Linda Eshun – one goal
- Success Ameyaa – one goal
- Mary Opoku Ndali – one goal
- Abigail Sakyiwa – one goal