Twenty-six players have been selected into the women's U-20 national team for preparations ahead 2014 Women's World Cup qualifying of next month.
The called up Black Princesses squad will gather at the national camp in Prampram this weekend for their initial screening and fitness test.
Ghana play Guinea Bissau in Accra in the first leg qualifier on October 26.
Two spots at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup are up for grabs from the African qualifiers.
Goalkeepers: Beatrice Ntiwaa (Hasaacas Ladies), Victoria Agyei (Ashtown Ladies), Sawude Issah (Immigration)
Defenders: Edem Atovor (Lady Strikers, Cape Coast), Rebecca Asante, Grace Adams, Cynthia Boakye-Yiadom (Fabulous Ladies), Linda Addai, Rosemond Kwaitoo and Faustina Ampah (Soccer Intellectuals), Regina Antwi (Hasaacas Ladies)
Midfielders: Beatrice Sesu, Rasheda Abdul-Rahman ( Lepo Ladies), Priscilla Okyere (Fabulous Ladies)
Forwards: Perpetual Agyekum, Wasila Diwura-Soale and Mercy Adu-Boahene (Hasaacas Ladies) Alice Eva Danso (Police Ladies), Jane Ayieyam, Kasira Malik-Jebden (Vodafone Ladies, Tamale), Rita Darko (Mawuena Ladies), Akyaa Asante, Nancy Ama Amiaa and Mawia Uwaisa (Ampem Darkoa Ladies) Mawusi Gbenyo (Righteous Ladies) Salamatu Fuseini (Lady Strikers, Cape Coast - formerly Cape Coast Ghatel)
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