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Black Queens to play South Africa in friendly

Ghana’s national women team will play South Africa in an international friendly next Wednesday at the Orlando Stadium.
The two sides will use the game to assess their forms for this year’s African Women Championship which starts in November.
“Banyana Banyana will be ready for this match especially with Ghana ranked No 2 in Africa,” said Banyana Banyana coach Joseph Mkhonza.
Experienced Palace Super Falcons midfielder Mamello Makhabane and University of Johannesburg midfield anchor Yola Jafta, as well as University of Pretoria central defender Cindy-Leigh Meyer, have joined the Banyana Banyana squad.
Kuuku Dadzie’s side will leave Accra on Sunday night and will play the game in Johannesburg.
The Black Queens completed a double over Mali with a 5-0 win Accra to qualify 8-0 on aggregate.
South Africa will host the 2012 African Women Championship.
Ghana’s national women team will play South Africa in an international friendly next Wednesday at the Orlando Stadium.
The two sides will use the game to assess their forms for this year’s African Women Championship which starts in November.
“Banyana Banyana will be ready for this match especially with Ghana ranked No 2 in Africa,” said Banyana Banyana coach Joseph Mkhonza.

Experienced Palace Super Falcons midfielder Mamello Makhabane and University of Johannesburg midfield anchor Yola Jafta, as well as University of Pretoria central defender Cindy-Leigh Meyer, have joined the Banyana Banyana squad.
Kuuku Dadzie’s side will leave Accra on Sunday night and will play the game in Johannesburg.
The Black Queens completed a double over Mali with a 5-0 win Accra to qualify 8-0 on aggregate.
South Africa will host the 2012 African Women Championship.

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