Ashtown Ladies play-maker Joyce Antwiwaa Fenteng has disclosed her overwhelming feelings after scoring his 4th goal in the ongoing Normalisation Committee special competition.
The midfielder prior to the game was leading Group A topscorers chart with three goals. She scored against Supreme Ladies, Police Depot and Fabulous Ladies.
The highly-rated youngster was again on the scoresheet when her side travelled to Osei Kyeretwie school park to play Supreme Ladies on matchday five.
Speaking to footballghana.com in an exclusive interview, Joyce Fenteng disclosed that her side failed to record a hundred percent performance at the group stage due to their poor display but she feels delighted, having bagged four goals in five matches so far in the competition.
"It is just a great feeling to score against Supreme Ladies though we lost the game. You could see we started the game very slow and it wasn't one of our best performance, that's why", Fenteng said.
"But to get a consolation goal for my team was a big joy to avoid huge defeat, scoring my fourth goal makes me feel like am having my goal target realized".
"I plan to score at least six goals in this competition and I'm very excited to get this goal, my team and I are on course". We will make it good".
Joyce Fenteng lead Group A standing top goalscorers chart goal with Alice Kusi (Fabulous Ladies) and Kankam Jennifer (Supreme Ladies) following suit with three goals each.
Ashtown Ladies are currently 2nd on the league log with eight points.