This past weekend’s quarter-finals round of the Sanford Women’s FA Cup competition saw the best team in this year’s National Women’s League – Ampem Darkoa Ladies - continue their remarkable unbeaten run with a comfortable 4-0 win over Real Upper Ladies to keep their hopes of annexing the FA Cup and NWL title alive.
Not to be outdone, NWL mid-tablers - Prisons Ladies – also continued their quest for their first major trophy of the season with a 5-0 trouncing of lower tier side Afia Kobi Ampem Ladies who found themselves outmatched by their much superior opponents.
Ampem Darkoa will clash with Prisons Ladies to decide who moves on to the finals.
In the Southern Zone, NWL league leading side – Immigration Ladies – continued their recent brilliant run at home as they stayed true to their recent form with a lone goal win over Sea Lions who lost for the third straight time in all competitions.
Defending FA Cup Champions - Police Ladies - also showed their determination and zeal to defend the trophy with a hard fought lone goal victory over a stubborn Army Ladies side.
Police Ladies will square off against Immigration Ladies for the chance to move on to the final stage of the competition.
2017 Sanford Women’s FA Cup competition quarter-finals scores
Ampem Darkoa 4-0 Real Upper Ladies – Sunday, August 13
Prisons Ladies 5-0 Nana Afia Kobi Ampem Ladies – Saturday, 12th August
Immigration Ladies 1-0 Sea Lions
Police Ladies 1-0 Army Ladies