Super Falcons forward Asisat Oshoala, defender Onome Ebi and goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi, have made the 2018 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations group stage first 11.
This was announced on the tournament’s twitter handle @CAF_AWCON on Monday as the event rounded up its group games on Saturday and set for its semi-finals on Tuesday.
The trio is listed alongside South African defenders Janine Van Wyk, Nothando Vilakazi and forward Thembi Kgatalana.
The substitutes are: Kimberly Barker of South Africa, Mali’s BassiraToure, Nigeria’s Desire Oparanozie and teammate Francisca Ordega.
Ngo Mbeleck Edith of Cameroon and Ghana’s Portia Boakye were also included.
All countries represented qualified for the semi-final stage except hosts Ghana, who lost out in the group stage.
Top three out of the semi-final quartet would secure a ticket at next year’s Women’s World Cup in France.