Sporting activities Information of Sunday, 12 May 2019
Black Queens ahead Mukarama Abdulai has been named the Feminine Footballer of the Year 2018 by the Sports Writers Affiliation of Ghana (SWAG).
The 16-yr-outdated captained Ghana’s Black Princess to quarter-finals of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, scoring a report seven objectives and successful the golden boot.
Her 7 aims built her outright leading scorer for Ghana in the historical past of the Women’s U-17 Earth Cup.
She also gathered the Adidas Bronze Ball (3rd greatest player) at the rear of Spain’s Claudia Pina and Nicole Perez of Mexico.
The Northen Ladies star loved a stellar 2018 marketing campaign in which she was shortlisted for CAF Women’s Best Participant award.
Down below is the full record of winners:
Sporting activities Persona of the Year – Thomas Partey
Footballer of the Year (Male) – Thomas Partey
Footballer of the Yr (Feminine) – Mukarama Abdulai
Qualified Boxer of the Yr – Richard Commey
Arm wrestler of the Year (Woman) – Alberta Ampomah
Arm wrestler of the 12 months (Male) – Haruna Tahiru
Desk Tennis Participant of the Yr (Male) – Derrick Abrefa
Desk Tennis Participant of the Calendar year (Feminine) – Celia Baah Danso
Athlete of the 12 months – Janet Amponsah
Newbie Boxer of the 12 months – Jessy Lartey
Para Athlete of the 12 months – Frederick Assor
Mentor of the Calendar year – Boakye Danquah
Experienced Golfer of the 12 months – Kojo Barnni
Countrywide Staff of the Yr – The Eagles (Rugby)
Prospect Of The Calendar year – Hor Halutie
Hockey Participant of Yr (Feminine) – Mavis Boatemaa Berko
Hockey Participant of the Yr (Male) – Emmanuel Ankomah
Rugby Participant of the Year (Female) – Rafatu Inusah
Presidential Award – Joe Lartey Snr.