Hasaacas Ladies trounced their counterparts Ampem Darkoa ladies who were the northern sector champions.
Doris Boaduwaa scored two goals during the second-half to ensure Hasmal Ladies lift the 2020/2021 Women’s Premier League trophy with a resounding 4-0 thrashing of Ampem Darkoa Ladies at the Madina Sports Complex on Saturday 26th June 2021.
Hassacas ladies Beating Ampem Darkoa Ladies for the 3rd time to secure the title.
Yussif Basiggi’s side being the most successful women’s league side after parading similar lineup used most time throughout the 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 position role whilst Queenabel Amankwa held her own at the left flank.
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.
An rainy day pushed the starting time from 4:00 P.M to 5:15 P.M but that didn’t deter Hasmal Ladies from selling one of the best games seen this campaign.
Faustina Nyame Aidoo on the 11th-minute mark connected to a Milot Pokuaa tailored set piece to put Hasmal Ladies in the lead before going off with an injury after a tackle from Justice Tweneboah.
She was replaced by Doreen Copson and nothing changed in the middle.
At the half-hour mark, it was another headed goal, same architect in Milot Pokuaa but Evelyn Badu was at the end of the matter to put Hasmal 2-0 up before the break.
The team returned from the break with similar intensity as they left off in the first half.
Doris Boaduwaa ever charged connected to a hat-trick of assist from Milot Pokuaa, she connected to a rebounded free-kick which was loosely handled by the goalkeeper as Hasmal stood 3-0 up.
She scored the game’s 4th and her 10th of the campaign at the 84th minute as Hasmal ended the game 4-0.
Hasmal Ladies secured 5th league title putting across the best game of the campaign paving way for them to participate in the 2021/2022 novelty CAF women’s champions League .
Hassacas will walk away with a whopping GHC50,000 (8,500 dollars) as a prize money and 40 gold medals.
the league runners-up Ampem Darkoa ladies will pocket GHC 30,000 along with 40 silver medals and the team finishing third will secure a cool GHC 15,000 and 40 bronze medals meanwhile all the 16 teams who participated in the top flights were afforded a shopping voucher worth GHC2,000 from the GFA’s partners, Melcom Ghana.