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WPL – Hasaacas Ladies Brutalize Immigration Ladies At Their Own Backyard

Reigning Women’s Premier League champions Hasaacas Ladies confirmed their superiority with a four nil pummeling of Immigration Ladies.

A brace from NASCO player of the match winner Doris Boaduwaa and a single strike from Gifty Assifuah and Comfort Owusu were enough to secure Hasaacas the three maximum points on enemy’s territory.

After a stuttering start to the season Hasaacas have manged to pick themselves up from misery and have gone on to win successively and with aplomb.

NASCO Player of the Match – Doris Boaduwaa (Hasaacas Ladies)

Source: nbsportslive.com

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