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Guinness Super League: Complete day 5 results, Classification and top scorers

Six matches counting for the fifth day of play of the Cameroon women’s Guinness Super League, took place in some stadia across the country over the weekend, and early this week.

Canon Fille recorded their first win of the season thanks to a brace each from Syrielle Mbofewue and captain Rosine Nicaise Nga. Eding’s lone goal in the game was scored by Gladis Messina Ekani.

In the second game played at the Annex one stadium in Yaoundé on Saturday, Louves minproff overpowered Éclair FC of SA’A 2#0, thanks to goals from Ornella Noelle Touta and Ghislaine Nkou.

Two games were played in at the Guider municipal Stadium.

Caiman Filles of Douala came from a goal down to beat home side Renaissance women 4#1.

Renaissance Athletic recorded their first win of the season, beating AS Diamare 1#0.

On Sunday, Vision sports FC of Bamenda and AWA FF played a zero all tie in a delayed game played on Sunday, while Amazone FAP edged Ebolowa FC 1#0, in the last match of game week five, played this Monday. The lone goal of the game was scored by Nga Manga.

COMPLETE DAY 5 RESULTS

Canon FF 4#1 Eding FF

Louves minproff 2#0 Eclair FC

Renaissance women 1#4 Caiman

Renaissance Athletic 1#0 AS Diamare.

AS AWA FF 0#0 Vision sports FC

Ebolowa FC 0#1 Amazone FAP

TEMPORAL CLASSIFICATION AFTER DAY 5

1_Amazone FAP 15 Points

2_Louves Minproff 13 points

3_ AS AWA FC 11 Points

4_ Eclair FC 10 points

5_Vision sports 8 points

6_ FC Ebolowa 7 points

7_Eding Filles 6 points

8_ Caiman FC 6 points

9_ Canon Filles 4 point

10_ Renaissance Athletic 3 points

11_Renaissance women 0 point

12_ AS Diamare 0 point

SCORERS CHART

1_Catherine Mbengono 5 goals

2_Farida Macha 4 goals

3_Émilienne Endale 4 goals

4_Marie Cissé kibindé 4 goals

5_Ngah manga 4 goals

6_Eliane Bibout 3 goals

7_Syrielle mbofewie 3 goals

8_Néné Lamine 3 goals.

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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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