By Angu Lesley
Football writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Tim Shalom Ngum, the skipper of Vision Sports of Bamenda displayed her class again in her side’s comfortable win in the Cameroon Women’s top-flight championship match day one fixture against Eding this Thursday.
The Northwest representative in the 2020-2021 Cameroon Women’s Guinness Super League are off to a winning start in the competition.
The girls of coach Fidelis recorded an emphatic three nil away in Yaoundé against Eding Sport Ladies.
A brace from Tim Shalom Ngum and another goal from Sandra Samira Deutsa was enough to hand all three points to the better side on the day.
The quick fire encounter matched expectations from the third minute when 18-year-old captain Tim scored the opener 13 minutes after kick off.
That lead put the visitors on the ascendancy.
Vision Sports was more enterprising but couldn’t score the the second before the break.
Eding had a pair of chances of their own but on two occasions, they were led down by the quality of their finishing.
Two minutes after the interval captain Tim Shalom came for more as she doubled her side’s tally with a fine finish.
Sandra Samira Deutsa killed the game in the 66th minute when she made it three nil off an assist from Tim Shalom.
Vision Sports had their tails up and managed the rest of the game with ease, preventing the host from scoring till full-time.
At the blast of the final whistle, the grass field girls picked up their first win and three points of the campaign. This betters the start to the 2019-2020 season which ended in a 5-2 defeat against Canon in the same city of Yaoundé.
Eding Sport Ladies 0-3 Vision Sport Bamenda
⚽⚽13′ 47’Shalom Ngum
⚽’66 Sandra Samira Deutsa
The Club in their second campaign in the championship is keen on righting the wrongs of the previous season.
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