sports writer, Cameroon.


Louves MINPROFF of Yaoundé has played a zero all tie with A.S AWA FF, in one of day 11 games of the Cameroon women’s football championship.

Louves MINPROFF came into the game as league leaders with 30 points, just four points above their days opponents, A.S AWA FF. It was a quiet first segment of the game lacking in clear cut scoring opportunities, until the 36th minute of the game, when Flora Kameni’s half way volley, forced an acrobatic save from AWA’s goalie, Ongmahan Marthe.

AWA FF Starting XI vs Louves Minproff

A last ditch block from Lombo Rose at the 44th minute, prevented Louves from taking the lead before the break, as the two sides retire to the dressing room tight at no goal on either sides.

Five minutes into the second half, AWA’s midfielder, Cecilia Mogai got into the referee’s books following a fault on Louves MINPROFF’s captain Charlene Meyong Menene.

The first substitution of the game went Louves’ way, with the introduction of Elise Ndome Mbella, for Adrienne Mekuko TCHINDA.

Shortly after an hour mark (62 minutes), the second yellow card of the encounter was addressed to AWA’s forward NGO Boum, after she brought down Louves defender, Claudia Dabda.

More substitutions followed, with Louves top scorer, Flora Kameni ceding her place to Kevine Ossol, while for AWA FF, coach Hassan brought in Tantoh Melvis, to replace Weladji Tchadeu.

Despite late pressure from A.S AWA FF, Louves MINPROFF stood strong, as the game end on a virgin score.

The result therefore puts an end to Louves 10 games winning run, and is the first time the defending champions are dropping points in the game this season. The now end the first round of the championship with 10 wins in 11 games, and one draw, totalling 31 points.

On the side of A.S AWA FF, it was their third draw of the season, as they finish the first round on the second spot, with 27 points



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