Black Princesses gear up in Cape Coast for 13th African Games campaign

In preparation for the highly anticipated 13th African Games, the Black Princesses intensified their training efforts under the watchful eye of coach Yussif Basigi in Cape Coast.

Under the guidance of Basigi, fourteen dedicated players developed their skills and tactics on Tuesday for the upcoming matches.

The atmosphere was charged with determination as the players pushed themselves to their limits, fully aware of the challenges that lie ahead.

While the initial training session showcased the dedication of a core group of players, anticipation grew for the arrival of the remaining squad members, expected to join the camp by Thursday, February 29, 2024. The complete team will undergo rigorous training sessions aimed at ensuring peak performance during the tournament.

With their first match scheduled against Ethiopia on March 9 at the prestigious Cape Coast Sports Stadium, the Black Princesses are eager to make a strong start to their campaign. Subsequent Group A encounters against Tanzania and Uganda promise to be equally demanding.

The continental multi-sport event held every four years, will be played at the Games village in Borteyman, the Accra Sports Stadium, the University of Ghana Stadium, and the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.

The 13th African Games are scheduled to take place from Friday, March 8 to Saturday, March 23, 2024.

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