Hasmal Ladies Secure Comeback Victory Over Supreme Ladies to Book Women’s FA Cup Final Slot

Hasmal Ladies Secure Comeback Victory Over Supreme Ladies to Book Women’s FA Cup Final Slot

Hasaacas Ladies have secured a final berth in this year’s Women’s FA Cup following second half goals from Milot Pokuaa and Doris Boaduwaa to ensure the Giants ended the game with a 2-1 victory.

The semifinals clash came up at the Wesco Park and Coach Yusif Basigi paraded similar lineup used most times throughout the 2020/2021 football season.

Grace Banwah held the position in between the sticks as she’s done all throughout this season’s competitions.

Comfort Owusu took her place on the right side of defense – Janet Egyir and Regina Antwi took the central defensive positions whilst Queenabel Amankwa held her own at the left full back position.

The middle saw the trio of Azumah Bugre, Faustina Nyame Aidoo and Evelyn Badu holding it tight whilst the front three were the usual combination of Veronica Appiah, Doris Boaduwaa and Milot Pokuaa.

It was the host that shook the net in the early embers of the game; flanks-woman Linda Owusu Ansah struck gold at the ninth minute to put Supreme Ladies in the lead.

Try as Coach Yusif Basigi’s lads did the half wouldn’t produce the equaliser as the Giants entered the tunnel a goal less of to the host.

The second half took off with the same intensity shown in the first half.

An incredible pace from the Ladies in Green and White to pin the host to their own half; before long and at the 61st minute, Milot Pokuaa volleyed a strong effort to the underside of the goal post to level matters for Hasmal Ladies.

The goal which got the home side panicking created another opportunity for Doris Boaduwaa who made no mistake to turn it in with 8 minutes showing on the clock.

Hasmal Ladies secured a 2-1 win and are now through to the final.

The team will play Ampem Darkoa Ladies again in a championship game following the Northern Zone side’s earlier 1-0 victory over Thunder Queens.

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