Ghana will play Cameroon in the All Africa Games’ women’s final on Saturday in the Mozambican capital Maputo. On Wednesday; the Black Princesses beat Algeria 3-0 in their semi-final.

Elizabeth Cudjoe grabbed a brace while captain Mercy Myles also netted. Ghana are enjoying a fine tournament, having gone unbeaten in their four matches. Saturday’s final will be played at the Zimpeto National Stadium.

On Friday16th September, Algeria will play off against the other losing semi-finalists, South Africa, for third place in the competition.

Source: womenssoccerafrica



  1. A-Hamm 9 years ago

    With the NHL in a lockout, its the perfect time to announce a league with Canada, they’re guaranteed the sports headlines in Canada with no Ice Hockey to talk about. International is just more popular in the USA than club, but there is a market for a pro league, if you have the right investors who are willing to lose some $ for a few years like with any new sports league. Canada being involved helps with that, plus teams being more regional. 

    And wow, looks like Germany has another Birgit Prinz. Germany & USA seem to replace great players with more great players, like Brazil & Italy men’s teams do. I wonder if Iwabuchi of Japan might be a bit better in terms of future player, we don’t see her as much though. Iwabuchi-Marozsan-Morgan bode well for the future of the women’s game in general though, will be exciting in 2015 for sure. I’m sure there are many other young players coming up in other countries. 

    And hey, one of the announcers was British not American 😉 Brits are fond of stats too though. 

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