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Sports News of Monday, 18 March 2019


National Women's Special Competition: Ashtown Ladies hold Kumasi Sports Acadamy to a goalless draw

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Ashtown Ladies held Kumasi Sports Acadamy to a goalless draw in the Normalization Committee National Women's Competition matchday three at the Prempeh School park.

The visitors, Ashtown Ladies in the early stage of the game indicated clearly to offer the homers a tough game leaving no stone unturned as they dominated the midfield play to the disadvantage of the Acadamy Ladies.

Creating several goal-scoring opportunities in the first quarter of the game, having their targets missing the goal post by miles and inches.

Thirty minutes after an exciting football game at the Prempeh School Park, Kumasi Acadamy Ladies still couldn't find the back of the next despite serging forward to find an opener. The first stanza of the game ended in an exciting fashion with both sides hitting the woodwork.

After the recess the visitors were little nerves at goal, having picked two loss balls from their opponent half due to lack of communication between the central pairing of Acadamy Ladies.Yakubu Fridaus of Ashtown Ladies had a glorious goal opportunity but she stroked wide after just the hour mark.

Fifteen minutes to end of the game, both sides hadBglaring chances but failed to score at the Prempeh School Park.

Group A of the Normalization Committee National Women's competition is still opened for any club to make it to the next phase of the competition.

Fabulous Ladies have picked up five points after their match day three win as well as Ashtown Ladies and Kumasi Acadamy Ladies accumulating five points each.

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