A brace from Ophelia Amponsah, and a goal each from Mavis Owusu and Patience Biamah ensured Ampem Ladies crushed Prisons Ladies 4-1 to reach the final of the Women's Special Competition on Wednesday.
The Techiman-based side progressed 5-1 on aggregate after a first leg 1-0 semi-final win.
Ophelia's goal in the early minutes of the game got the two times league and super cup champions up and running after just six minutes.
Then Owusu added a simple second in the 12th minute.
Black Princesses striker Ruth Anima responded quickly and got a consolation goal in the 18th minutes to give the visitors hope.
But just 10 minutes after her goal, referee Joyce A. Appoh awarded a penalty to Ampem Darkoa Ladies which Biamah beautifully executed to make to it 3-1 before the half time whistle.
Anima got herself sent off after 49 minutes. She fouled a player which was a yellow card and used unprintable words on the referee which attracted a straight red card.
The Prisons supporters invaded the pitch but police were around to pull them out and restore calm.
The second semi-final match is between Sea Lions and former league champions, Hasaacas Ladies at the Nduom stadium on Thursday.
Source: Ayishatu Zakaria Ali