The encounter started with a minute of silent in honour of former Women’s football hero Ghislaine Bebom, who passed on to Glory few weeks back. The two sides will then entertain the crowd of less than 200 people, who turned out for the game.
Defending champions LOUVES MINPROFF dominated proceedings in the opening stage of the game, with Mpeh Bisong Christina breaking into the opponents camp severally.
11 minutes into the game, Kameni Djietieu Flora almost put LOUVES in front, but was denied by the cross bar. Constant pressure from LOUVES MINPROFF paid-off before the half hour mark, when Ngandi Ngandi Josephine raised the curtains from a goal mouth tussle. Few minutes later, Goalkeeper Bayegla Ndeme Diane denied Mpeh Bissong from increasing tally, before Kameni Flora’s goal bound shot was cleared on the goal line.
In the 39th minutes of the game, Kameni Flora rounded goalkeeper Bayegla Ndeme Diane, to put LOUVES MINPROFF two goals up. Caiman’s lone opportunity in the first half, came from Ngaffo Sap Manuela, but she could not beat the vigilance of goalkeeper NGO Esse Marina.
At half time, it was two for LOUVES MINPROFF and nothing for Caiman Filles of Douala.
It took LOUVES MINPROFF just nine second half minutes to add a third goal, through a Kameni Flora’s 54th minute strike that got goalkeeper Bayegla Ndeme Diane beaten.
Kameni Flora will then complete her hat trick at the 78 minutes, to put LOUVES MINPROFF four goals ahead, a score which they protected till the end of the game.
With her hat trick, Kameni Flora was voted woman of the match.
LOUVES MINPROFF therefore retained the trophy they won last season.
Before reaching the finals this term, LOUVES MINPROFF eliminated Renaissance de Figuil 4#nil in the semifinals, while Caïman defeated ASSF Diamare 5#3 on penalties, after the game ended 2#2 after regular play.
The final had multiple top guest amongst which include the minister of women’s empowerment and the Family, Marie Therese Abena Ondoa.