Mary Opoku Ndali shines bright as Hasmal secures victory with her lone goal

In a thrilling women’s football match, the Hasaacas Ladies faced off against Essiam Socrates Ladies in a highly anticipated showdown. The Starting XI, led by captain Grace Buoadu Banwaa, showcased their skills and determination from the first whistle.

The game kicked off with both teams displaying a strong defensive performance, making it a tough battle in the midfield. However, in the 43rd minute, Mary Opoku Ndali broke the deadlock with a superb goal, giving Hasaacas Ladies the lead and sending the fans into a frenzy.

As the game progressed, the Hasaacas Ladies made strategic substitutions to maintain their advantage. In the 60th minute, Mercy Attobrah made her debut, replacing Alice Sarpong and adding a fresh dynamic to the team. However, tensions rose as Vera Afful received a yellow card in the 65th minute, followed by Veronica Baa Kuma in the 75th minute.

With the pressure mounting, coach’s decision to bring on Belinda Ofori for Abigail Sakyiwaa in the 89th minute proved crucial in maintaining control of the game. The Hasaacas Ladies showed resilience and teamwork until the final whistle, securing a hard-fought victory.

The match was a testament to the skill and determination of the Hasaacas Ladies team, showcasing their ability to overcome challenges and emerge victorious. The players’ outstanding performance and strategic substitutions played a key role in securing the well-deserved win.

What’s Next;

We will face Lady Strikers in our next fixture in the Malta Guinness Women’s Premier League match day 12