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Guinness Super League: Excellent Vision sports ties AWA FF on away turf

Vision sports FC of Bamenda have played a zero all tie with AS AWA FF, in a delayed day five game of the Guinness Super League. The game was played on Sunday December 13, at the Yaoundé Annex one stadium.

Goalkeeper Liliane Choumba of Vision sports made a fine save to deny Ngo Boum Georgette from close range, 13 minutes into the game.

AWA FF dominated play, but Vision sports’ back four of Marly Confidence, Fukuin Odette, Mariane Inès , Cassandra Forsuh and co dealt beautiful with the several incursions from former Sporting Braga forward, Farida Macha.

At the 34th minute of play, vision sports’ Lum Suh Loveline was shown the first yellow card of the game, following a challenge on AWA’s Rose Lombo.

Vision sports did not have an attempt at goal, as both sides returned to the dressing room tight zero all.

At the start of the second half, coach Festus Kuaban of Vision brought in Synthia Mafouo in the place of Alvine Loraine Metchoum, and later Afozo Ngambong took the place of Mavi Assonfack.

For AWA FF, coach Hassan Balla Ibrahim brought in Natacha Elam and Brenda Tabe, for Berthe Abega and Ngo Boum Georgette respectively.

Chances multiplied for AWA FF, but Vision sports stayed vigilant. The last substitution for vision Sports, saw Milaine Vanilor ceding her place to Nevis Bouh, while for AWA FF, Farida Macha ceded her place to Élodi Ruth.

Brenda Tabe’s 85th minute header hit the side netting, following an inch perfect cross from Anne Guiadem.

A tactical Vision sports FC stayed solid as the game ended 0#0.

AWA FF therefore missed the glorious chance to go top of the League’s table. AWA stays on the third position with 11 points, while vision sports moves up to the fifth position with eight points.

Goalkeeper Liliane Choumba of Vision records her fourth clean sheet of the season, following a superb performance against AWA FF.

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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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  1. This is great news. These girls can be title contenders for this season

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