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Harambee Starlets land AWCON group of death

19 September 2016, 15:11 Dennis Masinde

Nairobi - Kenya's Harambee Starlets have been handed a tough group in their African Womens Cup of Nations draw.

The Starlets will take on Ghana, Mali and Nigeria in what has already been christened the group of death.


Harambee Starlets v Ghana: November 20

Harambee Starlets v Mali: November 23

Harambee Starlets v Nigeria November 26

It will be their maiden appearance at the continental showpiece event.

" The draw is tough but not unmanageable. Nigeria and Ghana have true pedigree but we will nonetheless be looking forward to taking them on," head coach David Ouma told News24.

The event will take place in Cameroon.

- News24


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