Cameroon

🇨🇲North West Cameroon cup round two pairings, dates known

Pairings for the Cameroon cup second round in the North West region have been made Known. This follows the draw that took place on Tuesday morning at the FECAFOOT North West head office in Bamenda.

12 teams took apart in the draw, after progressing from the first round of games played last week.

The draw have set up duels amongst some of the regions heavyweights, with Cameroon cup winners of the year 2000, Kumbo strikers, paired against a nonsense Bafmeng United. Rangers FC of Bafut has also been pitted against one of the regions best, Universal soccer Academy.

COMPLETE PAIRINGS

Bang Bullet vs Option Sport

Bafmeng United vs Kumbo strikers

Vision sports vs Abakwa Boys

Rangers vs Universal soccer

SIMAF Vs Santos

Rainbow vs Rush FM FC

All the six games will be played on Thursday March 18, while draw for the third round are scheduled for Friday.

Santos FC will face Heavyweights, SIMAF

Speaking shortly after the draw, the head coach of Universal soccer Academy, Simplis Soh, is Positive that his side can outsmart a good Rangers side.

“I think for North west Football, it is an interesting fixture and we’re looking forward for it. Although Rangers started training very early, they will have an edge on the preparation aspect, but Universal Soccer remains Universal Soccer.

“Last season we qualified to represent the North West region at the National level, and I think we will try to defend it against a tough opponent like Rangers, who have quality players but it is a cup match where anything can happen and I hope at the end of the day, Universal Soccer will be victorious,” Simplis Soh told Mysoccer24.com shortly after the draw.

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Afeseh Apong

Afeseh Apong is a graduate of the Advanced School of Mass Communication, ASMAC, and is currently Team press officer of PWD Bamenda

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