By Boris Esono N
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Nkamanyi Women FI will open this year’s edition of the South West Regional Women’s League against Kumba Lakers. The two Kumba-based teams were paired against each other during the draws conducted at the SW FECAFOOT Bureau in Buea. Matchday one will come up on April 3.
Five teams will participate in this year’s edition of the South West Regional Women’s League. They include Nkamanyi Women Football Initiative; Legend Women FC; Biyos Kake Women FC; Kumba Lakers Women FC and Njo-Wassc Women Sports and Vocational Academy.
“It is not a big deal playing against Kumba Lakers. They are a good side and I am sure it is going to be a very interesting launching game we will see,” Nkamanyi Terence, President of Nkamanyi Women FI told kick442.com.
With female football not projected in the Region like the male Regional League, the female football stakeholders say collaboration is what is needed if we are to see a very productive women’s team.
“It has been a long while to see that female football in the South West Region comes to fruition. I think we are impressed and we will go home satisfied knowing fully well that female football in the Region will be commencing,” Etoh Kingsley, President Legend Women FC told kick442.com.
The launch of activities which will be in Kumba has been scheduled for April 3. This gives some two weeks according to the SG of SW FECAFOOT for the officials to go everything possible to get their licenses in other.
“Two weeks is enough time to solve any problem we have. Work out all the procedures and put the documents together. If you have created your system then it is not a very big problem. As I said earlier, we will have an issue only if it has to do with transfers,” Esowe Muambo, SW SG FECAFOOT told the club officials.
For the complete pairings
Nkamanyi Women Fi vs Kumba Lakers
Biyos Kake Women FC v Legend Women FC
Njo-Wassc Women Sports and Vocational Academy is on standby for matchday one.
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