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GWPL: Breakdown of how Hasaacas Ladies have gone 7 consecutive matches away without dropping a point

GWPL: Breakdown of how Hasaacas Ladies have gone 7 consecutive matches away without dropping a point

In the Ghana women’s premier league 2021/2022 campaign, the defending champions of the league title and current league leaders, the Sekondi based team Hasaacas Ladies have gone 7 ways matches on a 100 % record.

The Doooo Ladies have shown why they are the defending champions.

They started the away winning matches with a win against a 1-4 against Army Ladies at the El-Wak Sports Stadium. Comfort Owusu, Doris Boaduwaa, Veronica Appiah and Perpetual Agyekum were on target for Hasaacas Ladies while Ellen Asonka got the consolation goal for Army.

Their second away win came against Faith Ladies in week four (4) at Liberty Park in Dansoman as they won by 1-2. Perpetual Agyekum and Doris Boaduwaa gave Hasaacas Ladies in the first half and Portia Nana Prempeh got the consolation goal for Fait Ladies.

Hasaacas then traveled to McDan in La at Accra and won against Immigration Ladies by 0-2. Comfort Owusu and Veronica Appiah were the goal scorers.

I’m week 8, Soccer Intellectuals lost time Hasaacas Ladies at home by 1-3 at the Ejumako town park. Doreen Copson, Doris Boaduwaa and Faustina Nyame Aidoo got the goals for Hasaacas to make it four (4) wins away from home.

Their match day 9 fixture against Thunder Queens ended in a 1-2 win favor of Hasaacas Ladies. Doris Boaduwaa and Veronica Appiah again were on target.

In week 10, they went to Robert Mensah Stadium in cape Coast against Lady Strikers and win my 0-3. Doris Boaduwaa, Doreen Copson and Veronica Appiah were the goal scorers.

Police Ladies sat at Achimota school park and lost to Hasaacas Ladies by 0-2. Linda Epo and Veronica Appiah were on target.

With this record, Hasaacas Ladies remain undisputed away from home. 21 points out of possible 21 away is unprecedented.

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