The Black Maidens technical team has trimmed down the squad size in camp after releasing eight players for being over-aged and lacking quality.
According to a publication by NB Sports, they decision was taken ahead of Thursday's friendly against an Accra Select side at the McDan La Town Park in Accra.
Two goalkeepers Safiatu Salifu and Elizabeth Ayitey (Immigrations Ladies) have been sent home.
Three defenders-Sarah Ohene Nyamekye (FC Savanah Ladies), Abigail Amoah (FC Savanah Ladies) and Esther Anane- failed to make the cut.
The rest are Eunice Pentey (Valued Girls) , Sophia Agyaakwa (Halifax Ladies), and Mary Awuah Boateng (Soccer Intellectuals).
Black Maidens are preparing for the 2020 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup qualifier.
Black Maidens squad:
Portia Asantewaa (Hasaacas Ladies), Rose Tawiah (Combined Forces), Lydia Atimka (Upper East), Farihana Zibrim (Bagabaga Ladies), Salma Jaibrai Sai (Samaria Ladies) Sarah Atinga (Kumasi S. Academy) Ruth Amoah (Ideal Ladies)
Linda Sarfowaa Mintah (Prisons Ladies), Elizabeth Oppong (Samaria Ladies), Anastasia Achiaa (Sea Lions FC), Asana Yahaya (Bagabaga Ladies), Fuseini Zulaiha (Pearl Pia Ladies), Louisa Aniwaa (Police Ladies), Felicia Adjei (Ashtown Ladies), Seidu Faiza (Northern Ladies), Ayisha Yakubu (Yoo Ladies)
Sylvia Nelson (Immigrations Ladies), Abena Anoma Opoku (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Alhassan Basira (Pearl Pia Ladies), Doreen Obeng Peprah (Prisons Ladies), El-Shaddai Acheampong ( Kumasi S. academy), Dejean Kubura (Zicom Stars Academy), Miriam Dzeho (Soccer Intellectuals), Constance Agyemang (Halifax Ladies), Emmanuella Yirenkyi (Ashtown Ladies)
Grace Ntsiful (Hasaacas Ladies), Grace Animah (Police Ladies), Elizabeth Sarpong (Fabulous Ladies), Abigail Appiah (Afia Kobi Ladies), Ophelia Serwaa Amposah (Ampem Darkoa Ladies), Alice Sarpong (Sea Lions FC) Juanita Aguadze (Police Ladies)
Maafia Nyame (Rock Ladies), Gifty Agyemang Bea (Root Sistaz Ladies), Salamatu Abdulai (Bagabaga Ladies).