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Elite two wrap: Unstoppable Victoria United goes top, as Laussane feast on another NW team

by Lesley Ngwa
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Victoria United of Limbe has beaten Stade FC of Bertoua 3#1 at the Centenary stadium on Wednesday, to go top of the Cameroon Elite two championship.

Etchu Perry was on target twice, with Jonas Elias netting the third goal for Victoria United, despite Stade FC haven pulled one back before the end of the first half.

Victoria United are on a run of three consecutive wins, which have completely turned their fortunes around, and take them top of the Elite two championship with 19 point.

The Limbe based club, has recorded straight wins against Dynamo, Aigle of Mungo and Stade FC of Bertoua, their best run since their return to the Elite two.


Victoria United 3#1 Stade FC of Bertoua
⚽⚽ Etchu Perry
⚽Jonas Elias

Racing surrenders lead

Racing football club of Bafoussam, conceded a late goal, to draw 1#1 Aigle Royal of Mungo.

The “Toute Puissant du Ouest” were close to a win, but a stubborn Aigle of Mungo had a last knockout punch at the Bamendzi Stadium.

With the game tight zero all at pause, Pecko Borel broke the deadluck at the 63rd minute to send the home crowd into wild celebrations. His goal looked like it would win the game for Racing, but Aigle Royal of the Mungo scored at the ninth minute of added time, to silence the Bamendzi Stadium.

Racing now totals 18 points, one shy of leaders Victoria United.


Racing 1#1 Aigle of Mungo
⚽Pecko Borel

Laussane slaughters another NW club

Laussane SA of Yaounde are the best winners of game week 12, following their impressive 3#0 bashing of Rangers FC away in Bamenda.

Franck Ateba Helanga had put the visitors in front just after 14 minutes at the Bamenda University field. Rangers were then reduced to 10_men when midfielder Fabrice Ndeh Nsoh was shown straight red at the 40th minute.

Bikeck increased tally for Laussane before the pause, before Mbarga Nganku wrapped it off with one minute of regulation time left to play in the game.

A big win in Bamenda, means Laussane SA has now beaten two North West clubs back to back, after their 4#2 spanking of Foncha Street FC on match day 11.


Rangers FC 0#3 Laussane SA
⚽ Franck Ateba Helanga
⚽ Mbarga Nganku

In the other games, AS FAP of Yaounde defeated Leopard of Douala at the Yaounde Omnisport stadium 1#0, to break into the top three.

Beyong Minelli Evrard scored the lone goal for the force Armée et police.


AS FAP 1#0 Leopard
⚽Beyong Minelli Evrard

OFTA Records first win of the season

OFTA of Kribi recorded a 2#1 win over Tonnerre Kalara club of Yaounde at the Niete HEVECAM stadium.

Eva Eva Steve and Zambo Arnold Cédric, were on target for the ocean boys who stayed compact to secure all three points despite a late fight back from TKC.

It is the first win of the season for OFTA since they were relegated from the Elite one championship. OFTA is still bottom of the league, with five points (1 win, 2 draws and 8 defeats).


⚽Eva Eva Steve
⚽ Zambo Arnold Cédric

Unisport of Bafang were held to a goalless draw at home, by Dynamo of Douala.

Foncha Street FC of Bamenda were exempted from match day 12.

Complete Results

AS FAP 1#0 Leopard


Rangers FC 0#3 Laussane SA

Unisport 0#0 Dynamo

Victoria United 3#1 Stade Bertoua

Racing 1#1 Aigle Royal of Mungo

Foncha Street FC EXEMPTED.

League standings

1_ Victoria United (19 points)

2_ AS FAP (19 points)

3_ Racing (18 points)

4_ Foncha Street FC (18 points)

5_ Unisport (18 points

6_ Aigle of Mungo (18 points

7_ Stade FC Bertoua (16 points)

8_ Laussane SA (15 points)

9_ Rangers FC (15 points)

10_ Dynamo (13 points)

11_ Leopard (11 points)

12_ TKC (09 points)

13_ OFTA (05 points)

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