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Ejangue Siliki strikes, Vision sports suffers first defeat

Indomitable lionesses defender, Ejangue Siliki was on target as Vision sports suffered a defeat on home soil

31_year_old Cameroonian International, Ejangue Augustine Siliki was on target for Ebolowa FC, as they edged Vision sports FC 1#0 in a delayed day four game of the Camerokn women’s Guinness Super.

The match took place this Tuesday December 08, at the YOSA Stadium in Bamenda. The former WFC Rossiyanka, FC Energy Voronezh and Fortuna Hjørring transformed a 26th minute penalty to give visiting Ebolowa FC the lead.

Vision sports Marly confidence Gah was the first to get into the referee’s books, when she was yellow carded late in the first segment.

A solid Ebolowa FC’s defense stopped all incursions from Vision sports, and maintained their 1#0 lead at the break

Coach Festus Kuaban pumped in fresh blood early in the second half, but it was instead Vision sports’ forward, Nchinde Glory who got the second booking of the game.

Ebolowa FC stayed solid and carried the day 1#0, recording their second win of the season. Vision sports FC have therefore suffered their first defeat of the season, after previously defeating Eding Filles and Renaissance Women, plus a draw against canon.

Both Vision sports FC and Ebolowa FC now total 7 points each, and will next face AS AWA and Amazone FAP respectively, in match day five of the Cameroon women’s Guinness Super League, schedule for this weekend.


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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