Hasmal Sink Immigration to Maintain Top Place in Southern Zone

Hasmal Sink Immigration to Maintain Top Place in Southern Zone

Veronica Appiah, Milot Pokuaa and Doris Boaduwaa found the back of the net in a second week running as Hasmal Ladies powered past Immigration Ladies with a 3-0 win.

Game week 9 of the Women’s Premier League saw Hasmal gather full admiration prior to the game against Immigration Ladies at the Gyandu Park on Saturday, April 18.

With a fairly balanced atmosphere, Coach Yusif Basigi made a change in the last lineup that slotted 5 goals over Cape-Coast-based, LadyStrikers; Doris Boaduwaa lost her starting place to Success Ameyaw.

16. Grace Banwah
5. Janet Egyir
20. Comfort Owusu
18. Regina Antwi
28. Queenabel Amankwah
13. Evelyn Badu
11. Faustina Nyame Aidoo
38. Azumah Bugre
3. Milot Pokuaa
8. Success Ameyaw
37. Veronica Appiah

It was a strong start from the Visitors who made some dangerous incursions in the opening minutes of the game but were undone by some sloppiness on the part of their attack and the strong pair of gloves we had in Grace Banwah.

Milot Pokuaa opened the scoring in the 28th minute to send the Champions into the lead – the only goal of the half.

Veronica Appiah ensured Hasmal got the breathing space when she knocked in from close range to make it 2-0 in the second half before substitute Doris Boaduwaa saw her effort ghosting part Mary Neequaye to make the score-line 3-0.

What it means

Hasmal continue to lead the southern zone with a point better than Berry Ladies second on the log with 22 points.

Our unbeaten run for this season has been extended to 9 games and for the second week running Doris Boaduwaa, Milot Pokuaa and Veronica Appiah have found the back of the net.

Milot Pokuaa has now stretched his goal run to 6 games and her seventh of the season.

What is next

The team will travel to Tema to player Soccer Intellectuals on match day 10.

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