Victoria Adjei, Azure Adams, Fatims Alhasan and Ernestina Abambila are the only four foreign based players that made the Black Princesses squad for the 2016 under20 female world cup in Papua New Guinea.
Coach Mas Ud Didi Dramani also named 19 locally based players in his team for the upcoming tourney which kicks off on November 13 to December 4.
Ghana opens her campaign against New Zealand on 14 November before facing France and United State of America.
Black Princesses squad:
Victoria Adjei – ZFK Obilic (Canada)
Azume Adams – Sweden
Rose Baah- Samaria Ladies.
Rita Darko – Hasaacas Ladies
Vinoria Kuzagbe- Ideal Ladies
Faustina Ampah – Blessed Ladies
Vida Opoku-Ladies Strikers
Kate Adu-Agyeman -Ashtown ladies
Gladys Amfobia-Ladies Strikers.
Rashida Abdul-Rahman-lepo ladies
Fatima Alhassan – ZFK Obilic (Canada)
Patience Adjetey -Inter Royal Ladies
Ernestina Abambila – YoungStown State(USA)
Lily Niber-Lawrence – Hasaacas Ladies
Sandra Boakye-Fabulous ladies
Helena Obeng – Ashtown Ladies
Ramah Alhassan -Northern Ladies
Samira Abdul-Rahman – Lepo Ladies
Wasila Diwura-Soale – Hasaacas Ladies.
Sandra Owusu Ansah-Supreme Ladies
Jane Ayeyiam Akalachiba – Police Ladies
Priscilla Adubea – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Veronica Appiah – Hasaacas Ladies.