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2024 Women’s AfconQ: Doris Boaduwaa genius as Ghana beats Namibia 3-1 in first leg [+VIDEO]

Doris Boaduwaa netted twice as the Black Queens rode high to a 3-1 victory over Namibia in the first leg of the final 2024 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) qualifiers.

The national senior women’s side, has enjoyed a good run in their recent games and the Namibia first leg hurdle is their ninth consecutive win.

Head coach Nora Hauptle paraded Portia Boakye, Evelyn Badu, Azumah Bugre and Grace Asantewaa in her lineup.

Ghana dominated the match at the Accra Sports Stadium with Boaduwaa opening the scores in the 26th minute.

Portia Boakye added a second from a direct corner kick in the 36th minute, and Boaduwaa secured her brace with a fine finish in the 58th minute in the second half.

Despite a Namibia goal scored by a Black Queens player, Ghana hold a commanding lead going into the second leg encounter.

The return leg in Namibia awaits as the Black Queens aim to secure a spot in next year’s Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.


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