By Agnes Amondi,
Liberia Women qualified for the semi final of the ongoing West Africa Football Union (WAFU) competition after a 2-1 win against Gambia on Monday at the Wusum Mini Stadium, Makeni.
Kantie Sayee broke the deadlock in the first minute. Twelve minutes later, Margaret Stewart doubled to give the Lone Stars control of the match.
Gambia attempted a late comeback, Adama Tamba halved the deficit on the hour mark but only proved to be a consolation goal.
Liberia finish second in group B to join already qualified Mali in the last four.
In another group B fixture, Mali rounded up a perfect run with a 3-0 victory over Guinea Bissau at the Bo Mini Stadium.
Goals on either half from Seynabou Sidibe in the 32nd and Aguissa Diarra on extra time ensured Mali finish top with nine out of nine points available.
The semi final games start on Wednesday with group A winner Senegal taking on Liberia at the Bo Stadium.
The second semi final will see winner of group B Mali face Cape Verde at Makeni.
Guinea Bissau 0 – 2 Mali
Gambia 1 – 2 Liberia
Group B standings
Team GP GD PTS
Mali 3 +11 9
Liberia 3 +2 6
Gambia 3 -4 3
Guinea Bissau 3 -9 0