Feminine Football Championship: ‘AWA Filles’ Top League Table

 Matches counting for the second day of play took place in all the regions of the country last weekend

Read also : Rentrée du deuxième trimestre : ça repart

 

Read also : Développement de la sous-région : on reparle du financement des projets intégrateurs

Newly promoted club, AWA Filles of Yaounde, are leading the classification table of the 2017 National First Division Feminine Football championship. They beat Vent du Nord 3-0 in Yaounde last weekend to maintain the lead. The match was the first of the day three matches of the ongoing National Feminine Division One championship.

Read also : Loi de finances 2021 : de grandes innovations fiscalo-douanières

The first two goals were scored at the 2nd and 16th minute by Eliane Aimé Bibout and Sandrine Ndema scored the third goal at the 13th minute. AWA Filles now record three victories, three matches and have the best scorer in the competition, Eliane Bibout, with seven goals to her credit. AWA Filles, a new comer in the national championship is waxing strong and is determined to win the title this season.

Read also : Mise en place des exécutifs régionaux : le jour-j

In the second game in Yaoundé, AWA Filles beat Renaissance Women of Guider 9-1. Three of the goals were scored by Eliane Aimée Bibout. Team captain, Genevieve Awona, scored two and the other team mates; Nzana and Aboute scored one goal each. The remaining two goals were own goals scored by the Renaissance players. AWA Filles is therefore leading with nine points. They are followed by Panthere Security Filles and Eclair Football Filles of Sa’a with six points each. Éclair Football Filles of Sa’a have however played three matches. Three teams from the Northern part of the country are already swimming in relegation waters.

Read also :

Reactions

Comments

    List is empty.

Lead a Comment

Same category