After becoming the first lady to open the 2019/20 National Women’s League with a thunder bolt goal on the opening games of the season, Jafaru Rahama has earned a call up into the U-20 team, the Black Princesses.
The former Tamasco graduate has been handed her first Ghana call-up as she is in the squad for qualification to the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
The Northern Ladies player is one of the latest Ghanaian players called up for Black Princesses along side team mate Barikisu Issahaku, Cynthia Kolan – Pearl Pia Ladies , and Abdul Rahma Barikisu -Pearl Pia Ladies.
Coach Yussif Bassigi has been monitoring versatile striker who has kept her place in the team after the departure of Mukarama Abdulai.
Rahama’s impact reflected on the opening day of the National Women’s League as her powerful strike outside the penalty area earned Northern Ladies a point at the Aliu Mahama Stadium.
The invited players are expected to report at the Ghanaman soccer Centre of Excellence, Prampram on Sunday February 2, 2020.
Below are the invited players:
Grace Banwa – Hasaacas Ladies Barikisu Issahaku – Northern Ladies Evelyn Yeboah – Ampem Darkoa Ladies Cynthia Kolan – Pearl Pia Ladies Selina Abalansa – Soccer Intellectuals
Justice Tweneboah – Ampem Darkoa Ladies Cecilia Hagan – Sea Lions Ladies Rabi Musah – Fabulous Ladies Queenabel Amankraha – Hasaacas Ladies Tedina Sekyere – Dreamz Ladies Faustina Aidoo -Halifax Ladies Nina Norshie -Valued Girls Sophia Dadzie -Sea Lion Ladies Diana Antwi – Ampem Darkoa Ladies Blessing Shine Agbomadzi – Sea lion Ladies
Patience Peterson Kundok -Ampem Darkoa Grace Acheampong – Ashtown Ladies Fuseini Mumuni – Pearl Pia Ladies Jackline Owusu – Dreamz Ladies Evelyn Badu – Hasaacas Ladies Comfort Yeboah – Soccer Intellectuals Joyce Larbi -Kumasi Sports Academy
Suzy Dede Teye. – Lady Strikers Millot Abena Pokua. -Hasaacas Ladies Abdul Rahma Barikisu -Pearl Pia Ladies Jafar Rahama – Northern Ladies Doris Boaduwaa -Hasaacas Ladies Abigail Tutuwaah – Prisons Ladies Faustina Akpor – Halifax Ladies Edith Sasakor Zobanu – Prisons Ladies.
By: Sey Mubarick