By Rahman Osman
The national women’s team will resume training next Monday for their 2014 African Women Championships first qualifier against Burkina Faso.
The Black Queens broke camp due to the Christmas and New Year holidays will regroup in Prampam to sharpen the skills and await the run out of the year.
The team travel to Ouagadougou for the first leg tie during the weekend of 13-15 February.
The return leg is expected to be played in Accra in a fortnight which will be between 28 February and 2 March, 2014.
If Ghana advance, they will play the winner between Ethiopia and South Africa in the final qualifying round with those fixtures fixed for May and June.
The 2014 African Women Championships will be hosted by Namibia in October/November 2014.
It will also serve as a qualification tournament to the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup to be hosted by Canada.
Ghana failed to qualify for the last edition in Equatorial Guinea 2012 after being knocked out by Cameroon.