Ghanaian side Hasaacas Ladies FC have qualified for the CAF Women’s Champions League after defeating USFA of Burkina Faso in the semi-final of the West African Football Union (WAFU-B) Zonal Qualifiers on Monday.
The team will be representing Ghana in Egypt later this year.
Two goals from both half of the game against Burkina Faso’s Union Sportive des forces Armee was enough to secure one of the two tickets to the CAF Women’s Champions League competition.
The Ghanaian side took the lead as Veronica Appiah scored the opening goal in the 44th minute before Doris Boaduwaa doubled their lead in the 59th minute.
The pending slot for who joins Hasacaas Ladies as WAFu-B Zone will be filled by the winner of the second semi-final game between Rivers Angels of Nigeria and Amis du Monde of Togo.
Hasaacas Ladies FC become the next team to join teams such as of AS Mandé of Mali, ASFAR of Morocco, and Wadi Degla FC of Egypt to qualify for the main tournament to be hosted by Egypt later this year.
Meanwhile Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Bawumia has sent his congratulatory message to the team on winning their match against Burkina Faso to qualify for Egypt.
“Our champions, Hasaacas Ladies Football Club have defeated USFA of Burkina Faso to qualify for the final of the CAF Women's Champions League Zone B.Congratulations. Go all out and make us more proud in the grand finale. Dooooooooooo!!!”- he tweeted.