Junior Lions of Cameroon are currently camping in Buea at the Mount Cameroon Sport Complex, in preparations for an encounter against Niger on August 6, marking qualifier round for the Junior African Cup of nations billed for early 2007.
Moukandjo Basile (KSA), Nkoulou Nicolas (KSA), Mandjeck Georges (KSA), Eyinga Naa (Cotonsport), Sime Armel (Cotonsport), Obi Michel (Impôts), Ndjana Onana (Impôts), Fomen Charly (Mt Cam), Bosek Nokmis (Mt Cam), Akono Effa (Mt Cam), Koufana
Enyengue (Fédéral), Azewo (Bamboutos), Riyab A Delli (Bamboutos), Essomba Tchoungui (Union), Mbilla Etame (Union), Balogog Aimé (Fovu), Feukou Kougang (Fovu), Heumi Christian (Canon), Obele Mvondo François (Foudre), Elvis Takang (Victoria Utd), Bondoa (Dream FC), Yanka (Dynamo D'la), Alladoum (Sahel), Otia Blasius
(Njalla quan Sport Academy), Matjabi Vincent (Pélican of Y'de), Assou Essama (Ouragan of Y'de), Toutchap Tchudjo (Astres ), Kouatchet Charly (Astres), Abad Nang (Authentique of Y'de), Eyezo'on (Accefoot of Y'dé)
CEER, CASEL Africa Organise Soccer Tournament
The Centre for Education and Rehabilitation (CEER) and a foreign-based organisation CASEL Africa, have jointly organised an under 17-football competition which is to end Sunday, July 30, at the University of Buea campus. The competition aims at identifying talented players who will later be taken to a football school in Yaounde.
The competition, which carries no cash prize, has given the participants the assurance of selecting twenty-two of the best players to undergo training. The players have expressed hopes of one day becoming stars like Samuel Eto'o Fils and Rigobert Song.
According to S-Licia striker, Ndukong Clovis, eight players will be selected from each of the semi final teams to make thirty-two, of which twenty-two will finally be selected and taken to Yaounde. The tournament has five teams drawn from Molyko and Sandpit.
Ndongo FC of Molyko outplayed S-Licia of Sandpit in the first semi-final match, while Check Point FC picked up another available ticket for the final by defeating Malingo FC. Check Point FC and Ndongo FC will play the Sunday finals at the University of Buea football complex.
After the Sunday encounter. Another match will be played between the thirty-two players of the best teams to finally select twenty-two players for Yaounde.
By Nnabi Elvis
Bridget Navti Football Trophy Launched
The First Assistant Senior Divisional Officer of Bui, Innocent Moni Nanje, launched the FCFA 500.000 Natvi Foundation trophy recently at the Kumbo Municipal stadium. Nanje called on the participants to join hands with the Navti Foundation NGO to fight HIV/AIDS through the football competition.
The president of the Navti Foundation NGO, Jean Louis Bime Shudzeka said, eight teams have registered for the football competition that will end on August 15. Shudzeka said the aim of the competition is to bring the people together, educate them about HIV/AIDS, drug abuse and other ills in the society.
Shudzeka highlighted the achievements of the foundation that includes, the HIV/AIDS Education programme for secondary schools, assistance in the creation of nursery schools, the donation of over 200 benches and textbooks to schools, the award of scholarships and the sponsoring of 98 orphans last academic year amongst other things.
The Regency of Lomar Foundation U.S.A, Parmed NGO Germany, Humanitarian Aid Foundation, Germany and Grassroot Soccer NGO U.S.A, are jointly sponsoring the competition. Miss Beri Clemence who read the speech of the Coordinator of Navti Foundation, Webnjoh John Kanjoh said all present should join hands with the foundation in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
The ceremony was attended by the Divisional Delegate of Sports and Physical Education, Bui, Charles Nchinda and the Assistant Divisional Officer for Kumbo Central, Thomas Tamilo. The launching was graced by a football match between star crusaders against AIDS Kumbo versus Barcelona football team Mbveh that ended in a 1-1 tie.
By Peter Adi Fonte