A resurgent Halifax Ladies side will lock horns with struggling Immigration Ladies at the Saint Thomas Aquinas School Park on Sunday, March 17, in the third day of the the Normalisation Committee Women’s Special Competition which began on March 9 nationwide.
Halifax lost 1-0 to Police Ladies in their opening Group D game to Police Ladies but returned stronger to record a 1-0 victory against Samaria Ladies in their Week Two encounter.
Per the performances of the two sides, so far, Halifax appear to be in good shape to add to the woes of Immigration who have played two matches without a single point.
Halifax coach Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo and her charges have reportedly vowed to record yet another victory as they seek to add more misery to the woes of Immigration to make their dream of qualifying to the quarter-finals a reality.
In the other Group D fixture, High flying Police Ladies will trek to the ATTC Park in Kokomlemle on Saturday to take on Samaria Ladies in a match that can be likened to ‘David and Goliath affair’ with Police determined to record a resounding victory to boost their chances for the next round of the competition.
Up North, Pealpia Ladies will face Northern Ladies at the Utretch Park. Pealpia have been phenomenal so far, winning their first game and picking a point in their last match to jump to the summit of the Group B table with four points.
On the other hand, Northern Ladies, who have lost one match and drew one, will seek to adopt every available tactics to either win or pick a point.
In other fixtures, Kumasi Sports Academy will host Ashtown Ladies at the Prempeh College Park, Sea Lions welcome LadyStrikers to the Nduom Stadium,Soccer Intellectuals play Hasaacas Ladies at the UEW Park while Prisons meet Ampem Darkoa at the Coronation Park in Techiman.