By Boris Esono N
Football Writer kick442.com
The 2020-21 SW Regional League returns to action this weekend after the recess with matchday two matches. On Sunday, there is a top-of-the-table clash in Pool A as joint leaders Prisons FC face H.O Academy.
Both Prisons FC and H.O Academy both have six points after defeating Cinyodev FA and Mt Cameroon FC respectively.
Prisons FC Buea showed that they are a team to reckon with this football season after dismantling Cinyodev FA. Prison’s 6-0 win against Cinyodev FA saw excellent finishing from the boys of Enang Severin. A brace each for Captain Mborong Collins, Elonge Moki Junior and substitute Ekema Samuel Etonge gave the victory for the Home Boys.
There was a master class showing for H.O Academy against Mt Cameroon. The boys from Douala defeated Mt Cameroon by 3 goals to zero with a brace from Alexi Lalas.
Both sides have previously faced each other with Prisons getting the best of H.O Academy last football season. In the 2019-2020 football seasons, it was Prisons who defeated H.O Academy 1-0 during the first round matches.
It promises to be fireworks at the BGS Molyko School field in Buea as the joint leaders battle it out. With H.O Academy out of the Cup of Cameroon for this season and Prisons also on the brink of elimination, their clash this Sunday is one not to miss out on.
For the complete fixtures of matchday two
Saturday, March 6
Buea United v Dynamic FC – BGS School Field (1:30 pm)
Continental FA v University of Buea FC – BGS School Field (3:30 pm)
ISOHSA v NQSA – Limbe Community Field (3:30 pm)
Sunday, March 7
Treviso v Ajax FC Likomba – Tiko Town Green Stadium (1:30pm)
Little Foot FC v EEMSA – Tiko Town Green Stadium (3:30 pm)
Kumba Lakers v NENFA – GPS Field in Kumba (1:30pm)
Bau Manibok v Future Dreams – GPS Field in Kumba (3:30 pm)
FUSSA v LIFCA – Limbe Community Field (1:30 pm)
Best Stars v Victoria United – Limbe Community Field (3:30 pm)
H.O Academy v Prisons FC – BGS Field (1:30 pm)
Cinyodev FA v Mt Cameroon FC – BGS Field (3:30 pm)
It should be noted that Matchday one lived up to expectation, with upsets along the line. Victoria United, LIFCA, UBFC, Little Foot all recorded defeats. For this matchday two, Tiko United, Nkamanyi FI, Option Sports, Catholic University SA are all on standby.
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