With weeks left before the start of the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France most Lions based out of Cameroon had a busy weekend on the pitch.

In France

Tcheno Falone Meffoumettou played in the centre back position in week 19 for French League 1 one Guingamp.

Falone Meffoumettou

Her defensive ability and efficiency in the course of the game couldn’t stop host Montpeillier from recording a 1 nil win over Guingamp.

Still in France but in the second tier competition,Cathy Bou Ndjouh of Strasbourg was a part of the team that was beaten 1 nil by their host Vendenheim in the group B league game. Strasbourg remain in the relegation zone after week 22 of the championship.

Still in Group B of the same championship,Nancy of Marlyse Ngo Ndoumbouk was held to a 2 all draw at home against a stubborn Albi side.


Marlyse Ndoumbouk


Marlyse missed a goal that could have given Nancy all 3 points in the last minute of the game.Nancy is seriously involved in the battle for survival.

Still the league 2 championship but in week 18 of Group A of the championship,Le Havre beat visitors US Saint Malo of Ngock Yango Grace by 3 goals to nil.

Ngock Yango

Yango was involved but couldn’t help her team get a goal from her deep midfield role. Despite the defeat,Yango and Saint Malo still occupy the second spot on the log in the Pool after 18 round of matches.

In Norway.

Nchout Njoya Ajara was on target for her New Club Valerenga against Staek.

Ajara celebrates goal with mates

Ajara stroke on debut after 59 minutes to hand all 3 points to her club as she begins life in a new club since joining from Sandsviken in the close Season.

In Spain

Lioness midfielder Raissa Feudjio came in as a 59 Minute substitute for Granadilla Tenerife and her efforts just like that of her mates helped her club beat their host Sevilla ladies by 2 goals to nil in week 25 of the Women’s league one championship.


Gabrille Aboudi Onguene and his CSKA Moscow team mates continue their pre-season activities in Turkey where they are preparing for the new season to begin on April 14.

The active nature of the Lionesses at club level will certainly make coach Alain Djeumfa a happy man as we get closer to the world cup.


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