Ghana U-20 women’s coach Yusif Basigi has named 23 players for preparations towards the final lap in the African qualifiers to the 2018 Fifa World Cup in France.
The Black Princesses have a date with their counterparts from Cameroon for a two-legged scheduled early next year.
The first leg will be played in Yaounde on the weekend of January 12-14, 2018 while Ghana host the reverse at the Cape Coast Stadium on the weekend of January 26-28.
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Two countries would represent Africa at the tournament scheduled for August 7-26 2018 in France.
The Black Princesses will open camp at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence in Prampram from Sunday, December 10.
Martha Annan, Esther Agyeman, Anabel Bansah
Gladys Amfobea, Justice Tweneboah, Blessing Agbomazi, Philicity Asouako, Cecila Hagan, Bridget Adu, Linda Amoaku, Florence Annor
Grace Asantewaa, Helena Obeng, Olivia Anokye, Grace Acheampong, Ernestina Abambila, Kunduck Peterson, Mary Entoah
Priscilla Adubea, Ruth Anima, Vivian Adjei, Rafia Alhassan, Ernestina Ayisi