Goals from Mafia Nyame and Jennifer Yeboah ensured Faith Ladies carried the maximum points.
The Coach in a post-match interview with the Sports media said, “I am disappointed in our performance today, we needed to be disciplined throughout the 90 minutes.
“They did not replicate what was taught at the training grounds.
“You could see that the goals that Faith Ladies scored, they didn't work for it, we gave it out to them, and they were balls that we should have taken out so easily for them not to score.”
He congratulated Faith Ladies and applauded them for the level of discipline they showed on the field of play.
“First let me congratulate Faith Ladies for being disciplined on the field, looking at how they played, it was strictly to the rules or what the coach has asked them to do and it worked perfectly for them.”
He added, “We had all the qualities but football is all about discipline, not qualities, you don't rely on your past glories, if you rely on your past glories you will be defeated”.
Police Ladies are currently placed sixth in the Southern Zone, with nine points out of a possible 24, and would face Sea Lions at the Achimota School Park on Tuesday for redemption.