North West Women's 2nd Division Championship: Matchday Two Report

Ita Mbong FC and Vision Sport of Bamenda registered big wins, displaying stunning performances in match Day 2 encounters of the North West Women's 2nd Division Championship on July 7, 2023, at the GS Nibung field. 

North West Women's 2nd Division Championship: Matchday Two Report

North West Women's 2nd Division Championship: Ita Mbong Seizes Top Spot as Kumbo Strikers Remain Winless.

Four teams came in with skill and style attempting to book a spot in the female top-flight league of Cameroon, the Guinness Super League. Ita Mbong FC played against the Abakwa Girls. Meanwhile, Vision Sports locked horns with Kumbo Strikers ladies.  

First Match: Ita Mbong FC vs Abakwa Girls match
Kick-off: 1:00pm
Venue: GS Nibung Field

The encounter started with both teams canceling out each other as they struggled to create any clear goal-scoring chances. 

However, the Abakwa Girls opened the scoring after Theresa  Versehih Asunui used her pace to take advantage of a counterattack and place the ball at the back of goalkeeper Emmanuella Ngi's net after 22 minutes.

The Ita Mbong girls of Nkambe replied swiftly, restoring parity with a stunner from Newu Chiamba Lizette 3 minutes later. 

The second period was a complete contrast to the first. Ita Mbong took total control of the game, controlling possession and creating numerous chances, which led to a flurry of goals, including two penalties. 

The encounter ended 5-1in favor of Ita Mbong FC as Newu Chiamba Lizette, Emmanuella Ngi, Gracious Shinda Nji, and Vanessa Murkind Njebu wrote their names on the score sheet. 

Speaking to's Emmanuel Chungom after the game, Coach Shey Ronard said: " The girls are triggered by the success of their brothers [Bang Bullet, who sealed qualification for the Northwest regional League final a couple of days earlier]. We want to move together with the boys by winning all our matches and moving forward to the Super League". 

Second Match: Vision Sports Vs. Kumbo Stickers Ladies
Kick-off: 3:00pm
Venue: GS Nibung Field

The second match of the day was between two teams who had registered losses after the first round of matches, with both teams looking to get their first points on the board. 

Vision Sports showed their experience and class by taking the match to Kumbo Strikers Ladies. A first-half brace for Martha Panso Ruma put Vision Sports 2-nil up at the break, leaving Kumbo Strikers with a mountain to climb. 

It was more of the same in the second period as Vision Sports created more chances through Martha Panso, leaving Madaki Kezia Achick to score a quick-fire brace in the 61st and 63rd minutes of the game. 

Further goals from Lum Luisza and veteran player Yakadam Noelie added gloss to the scoreline as Vision Sports made a statement of intent. 

Evette Budji Bih provided a late consolation goal for Kumbo Stickers ladies in the 85th minute through a free kick. But it wasn't enough to dampen Vision Sports' celebrations as the game ended 7-1 in favor of Vision Sports FC. 

Coach Dinga Emmanuel's thoughts (Vision Sport) to " We are struggling to build a new team and a favorable condition for the girls. We aim to right the wrongs of last season and move back to the Guinness Super League, which is where we belong".

After 2 match days, the teams will look to find a better spot on the 4-team league table and grasp more points when day 3 matches come around.

Ita Mbong FC is top with 6 points, Vision Sports FC 2nd (3 points), Abakwa Girls 3rd (3 points), and Kumbo Strikers Ladies are rock bottom with no points registered after 2 match days.

The teams are tussling for a single spot for the right to compete for qualification into the Guinness Super League, Cameroon's female Football top tier.

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