Ampem Darkoa Ladies will face Faith Ladies in the final of the Women’s Premier Super Cup after thumping Police Ladies 6-1 at the Aliu Mahama Stadium on Thursday.

Braces from Mary Amponsah and Ophelia Amponsah in addition to strikes by Elizabeth Owusu and Tracey Twum propelled them to a snug victory with Deborah Afriyie netting the comfort goal for Police Ladies.

The final will be a repeat of the Group B conflict between Ampem Darkoa and Faith Ladies, who edge previous Fabulous Ladies 3-0.

The reigning Women’s Premier League winners topped with 5 factors on their means to the deciding conflict whereas Faith Ladies, who had been winless, had to depend on penalties to beat Dreamz Ladies in a tie-breaker and progress to the semis.

The eventual contest is set to take place this Saturday, September 24, in Tamale.

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