Four astute coaches in the Ghana Women’s Premier League have been nominated for the NASCO Coach of the month.
Coach Joe Nana Adarkwa of Ampem Darkoa Ladies has led his side in showing consistency from the beginning of the season and they are so far the only unbeaten side and currently lead the Northern zone standings with 16 out of the possible 18 points.
The team has so far won four matches in a row and now occupy the apex in the southern zone.
Coach Yusif Basigi of Hasaacas Ladies has shown consistency from the beginning of the season and has a hundred percent record in all five matches played. His side leads the Southern zone with 30 points in thirteen matches.
Coach Emmanuel Selassie Pentem of Soccer Intellectuals kick off the season with a good start by winning most of their matches, losing only one in the process. His side is currently on the second position with 11 points in the Southern Zone.
In related development,
Four players from across the Northern and Southern Zones of the Women’s Premier League have been nominated for the NASCO player of the month February/March accolade.
Pearlpia Ladies’ Barikisu Abdul-Rahman who recently return from injury has featured in all five matches, meted out some incredible performances which has earn her the NASCO player of the Month three times on a roll. She also has a goal to her credit.
Hasaacas Ladies’ Doreen Copson has featured in all five matches played in the Months February and March and recorded three goals. She also won the NASCO Player of the Match once.
Veronica Appiah of Hasaacas Ladies has shot herself to prominence featuring in all five matches, currently leading the top scorers chart with eight goals but has three goals in the period under review.
Berry Ladies’s Philomena Abakah has been exceptional in the last five matches, scoring three goals and winning the NASCO Player of the Match once in the process.
Winner of the player of the month will take home a 32inch NASCO Television set and a trophy