After smashing six goals past Ashtown Ladies in most recent Women’s Premier League fixture, Northern Ladies were once again in irresistible form going forward and there was little Supreme Ladies could do to stem the tide of Bashirudeen attacks, which were relentless from virtually the first minute.
They took the lead after only thirteen minutes when Jafaru Rahama, having scored two against Ashtown Ladies, showed her goalscoring prowess once again with a classy finish on the half-volley.
That lead was doubled soon after by Rahama, who continued her wonderful run in front of goal to score in the twenty seventh minute, taking advantage of a lovely pass by Hiquima to round the keeper and slot home.
By half-time they were three goals to the good, once again with Jafaru Rahama. Having beaten Ashtown Ladies 6-0 at the same ground two weeks ago, Northern Ladies were well on the way to improving on those scorelines with 45 minutes still to play.
The home side went four goals up early in the second half, as Jafaru Rahama smashed home a stunning left-footed strike from outside the box – and they continued to push for more goals, with the Supreme Ladies defence in disarray.
Two more arrived in the space of five minutes either side of the hour-mark, as Torkodze Frederica bag a brace with simple finishes that the Supreme Ladies defence will no doubt look back on several times in training next week.
Northern Ladies have now scored thirteen goals against Kumasi based sides in the WPL so far with a 1-1 draw in the opening match against Kumasi Sports Academy, before their 6-0 thrashing of Ashtown Ladies.
The team will travel to Sunyani to engage league leaders Prisons Ladies in the last game of the first round of the campaign.
By: Sey Mubarick