African U-20 Women’s Championship 2nd Round 1st Leg Results 

South Africa 0 – 2 Ghana

 

South Africa’s U-20 Women’s team succumbed to a 2-0 home defeat to visiting Ghana side in the second round, first leg qualifier of the 2012 FIFA U-20 World Cup played at Sinaba Stadium in Daveyton.

Basetsana lost to second half goals one each for Florence Dadson and Elizabeth Addo which saw the Black Princesses take a vital 2 – 0 lead back to Ghana for the return match in two weeks’ time.

 

 

Tunisia 2 – 1 Kenya

 

Tunisian women defeated Kenya 2-1 in the first leg of U-20 FIFA Women’s World Cup African qualifiers second round played on Saturday in Nairobi, Kenya.

The visitors took an early lead following a penalty converted by Ella Kabachi in the seventh minute, which forced the host to launch a series of thwarted attacks.

Seven minutes before the break, the visitors struck again, taking advantage of a goalkeeping error to slot in the second goal.

In the second half, the Kenyans came in reorganised and determined. Their effort paid off in the 71st minute when Jekpurui Sharon score to reduce the tally.

 

 

Nigeria 3 – 0 Zimbabwe

 

Nigeria’s U-20 women’s team laboured to a home win over visiting Zimbabwe in the second round first leg of the 2012 FIFA U-20 World Cup qualifier played at MKO Abiola stadium in Abeokuta.
Goals from Francisca Ordega and Esther Sunday gave the Nigerians a 3-0 victory. Striker Ordega broke the deadlock in the 28th minute before she assisted Sunday in scoring the second at the start of the second half. Ordega then capped a fine afternoon‘s work by scoring the third for Falconets and her second in the 80th minute.

African U-20 Women’s Championship 2nd Round 2nd Leg Results


Zimbabwe 0 – 2 Nigeria


Ghana 3 – 0 South Africa


Ghana’s national U-20 women’s team booked their place at the final round of the continental qualifiers of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, Japan 2012, after a 3-0 thrashing of South Africa on Saturday in Accra.

 
Goals from Priscilla Saahene, Jane Ayieam and Elizabeth Addo ensured the Black Princesses advanced 5-0 on aggregate after a 2-0 win in the reverse fixture in Johannesburg a fortnight ago.Ghana will face either Tunisia or Kenya at the final round to determine one of the two slots allotted the continent.


Source: cafonline.com

Photos: cafonline.com

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  1. Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    Great photos @Gromit! A nice way to relax before the big game.

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