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Guinness Super League: Canon records first win of the season

Canon Filles have beaten Eding Filles 4#1 in a day five game

Canon football filles of Yaoundé have recorded their first win of the 2020_2021 Cameroon women’s Guinness Super League.

The girls of coach Emmanuel Etema Biolo defeated center regional rivals Eding Filles 4#1, in one of the two day five games programmed for the Annex one stadium in Yaoundé.

Syrielle Mbofewue opened scores for Canon earlier in the game, before captain Rosine Nicaise Nga increased tally from the penalty spot.

A lacklustre Eding Filles failed to create any meaningful chance in the first segment, as Goalkeeper Merueille Blonde of Canon remained untroubled till the break.

Coach Theodore Edzoa of Eding Filles effected his first substitution just five minutes into the second half, bringing on Gladis Ekani in the place of Channelle Atseugap.

At the 54th minute of play, Canon Filles increased tally, when Raissa Nnanga benefited from a loose ball around the center circle, and set up Syrielle Mbofewue for her second goal of the game.

Second half substitute, Gladis Messina Ekani pulled one back for Eding at the 60th minute, when her well executed efforts from out of the box, got Goalkeeper Merueille Blonde beaten.

Eding Filles would then concede an 80th minute penalty, which Rosine Nicaise Nga transformed to hand Canon Filles an emphatic 4#1 win.

The victory therefore take Canon’s point tally to four. In the four previous match days, Canon Filles had recorded just one draw and suffered three defeats. Eding Filles on their part, have now suffered three defeats in five games, and just two wins.


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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