The management of Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe have announced the team will play it’s home games for the 2023/24 MTN Elite Two championship in Limbe and Buea.
The announcement was made by president Karl Njomo Mokake during their first-ever fundraising congress this Friday afternoon at the Limbe City Council Hall.
President Karl and his crew defied the odds to conquer and become the second Anglophone club to win the national interpools.
In the build-up to their first home game of the season, president Karl revealed the regionalized hosting plan.
“We are very happy with the region for the support so far. We achieved promotion thanks to your support. As management we have decided to play our home matches in Limbe and Buea so as to take the club and its players close to the population that we owe our success,” President Njomo started.
ISOHSA will make their Elite Two debut on Saturday against Panthere of Nde at the Limbe Centenary stadium.
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