Ashtown Ladies forward Grace Acheampong will start in midfield for the Black Maidens when they take on Korea DPR in their FIFA U17 World Cup quarter finals clash on Thursday afternoon.
 

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It takes just a few seconds and a couple of words to establish that Kayza Massey is no ordinary Ghanaian. But it is only once she starts telling her full, remarkable story - all in a distinctively Canadian accent - that it becomes clear just how extraordinary this 15-year-old goalkeeper is.
 

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The Captain of the Black Maidens of Ghana, Sandra Owusu Ansah is targeting the finals of the 2016 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup.
 

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The Black Maidens of Ghana will face the Korea DPR in the quarter final of the 2016 FIFA U-17 women world cup.
 

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Skipper Sandra Owusu-Ansah scored a stunning winner as Ghana qualified for the quarter-finals of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup with a 1-0 victory over Paraguay.
 
The Black Maidens, who will now face Korea DPR in the last eight, had to work hard for the result but, despite not being at the best, were undoubtedly worthy winners.
 

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Coach Evans Adotey has made a two tactical changes to the Black Maidens starting line up for Saturday's World Cup final group match against Paraguay.
 

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Black Maidens captain Sandra Owusu Ansah says she is eyeing the top scorer award at this year’s FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.
 
 

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Police Ladies clinched the maiden edition of the Standford Women's FA Cup on Saturday.
 
 

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Ghana's Female Under-17 team are expected to leave Accra for Jordan on Tuesday ahead of the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup which will begin on Friday September 30.
 
 

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