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Elite One: Eding Sports Maintains Lead

Day six matches of the National First Division Championship were played across the country last weekend.

Eding Sport Academy has maintained its leadership position on the classification table of the 2017 National First Division Football championship. This was the outcome of the day six matches that were played across the country last weekend. It was a hitch-free competition with all the clubs determined to win.
In all, seven games were played with a total of 16 goals scored and one draw was recorded at the end of the sixth playing day. Eding Sport of Lekié recorded its first defeat since the start of the national championship after losing 0-1 to Yong Sport Academy Bamenda. In spite of the defeat, Eding Sport is still topping the classification table with 13 points. The club is followed by UMS Loum with 12 points. UMS 12 beat Dragon Yaounde 2-1 to grab the second position while Dragon occupies the third position with 11 points. Stade Renard is fourth with 10 points and Aigle Dschang Fifth with 10 points.
In the other matches played Union Douala beat Racing Bafoussam 3-1 at the Reunification Stadium in Douala. Aigle dschnag Beat New Stars Douala 2-0, Stade Renard beat Colombe 2-1, Lion Blessé played a 0-0 draw with Bamboutos of Mbouda. In a delayed day five match Coton Sport was held to 0-0 tie by Feutcheu FC.
Meanwhile, four teams are already swimming in relegation waters. They are Lion Blessé, pour  points with one delayed match, Unisport Haut Nkam, four points with one delayed game, Colombe Sangmelima, four points and New Stars of Douala three points. The seventh playing day scheduled for March 30, 2017 is expected to bring about some major changes on the overall classification table.



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