By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
The Under-17 Lionesses of Cameroon hit the ground running as they cruised past AJSAC 7-0 in their first warm-up game since the coronavirus pandemic.
The girls of coach Stephane Ndzana last played over six months ago when they beat Sao Tome and Principe 5-0 in Yaoundé-Cameroon, with the qualifiers suspended soon after because of the health crisis.
But it did not take them long to find their groove as goals from Tabe Brenda, Nnanga Ebolo, Wabeua Doly and Ngock Monique gave them the win at the Stade Annex barely 21 days before the crucial clash against Uganda in Kampala.
Cameroon are expected to continue training in preparation for the last round 2021 Under-17 women’s FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Kampala likely on October 31st and the return game two weeks later.
The Central Africans are hoping to be in India for the final tournament for the third time in February 2021 while their East African opponents are working towards a World Cup debut.
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