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Huracanes’ History woman Elena Obono draws line between AWCON and CAFWCL

by Lesley Ngwa
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Elena Obono Nkuadum Oyana of Huracanes FC of Malabo has put a finger on the difference between the Women’s CAF Champions League and their Africa Cup of Nations, having featured in both competitions.

Obolo, who scored for Equatorial Guinea’s goal in the 1-2 against 2018 AWCON runners-up, South Africa scored her club’s first CAF Champions League goal and brace in the win against TP Mazembe last Friday.

24 hours before their second outing in the competition against Epah Ngamba, the 23-year-old striker has revealed the AWCON is a tougher competition while commending the CAF Champions League initiative.

Quizzed on the difference between the two competitions, Elena stated that the levels were quite different.

“The difference in the two competitions is that at the AWCON, the rhythm is a bit higher. The level of our zonal CAF women’s champions league qualifiers is a bit lower but it is a worthwhile initiative,” Elena sanctioned.

Elena is a stardust of the competition, having played the AWCON and now, the CAF women’s champions league preliminaries.

The former Super Leonas and Malabo Kings forward is in a small bracket of a few players that can boast scoring in the Champions League and the AWCON.

She will be crucial for Huracanes FC when they face Epah Ngamba in the competition’s decider this Thursday at the Estadio Nacional de Malabo.

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