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National Interpools 2020/2021: Rangers FC, AS Lausanne, Gazelles FC qualify for Elite Two

By Bakah Derick 

Gazelles FC Garoua North region, AS Lausanne from the Center and Rangers FC Bafut North West being participants at this year's Interpools have qualified for Elite Two championship. Rangers FC Bafut completed the list of three this Saturday 25 September 2021 in the Bamendzi stadium after a 0-0 draw with Best Stars of Limbe

Rangers FC Bafut has completed the list of teams qualified for the Elite Two championship for the next season. Rangers FC clinched the ticket for Pool C after a virgin draw with Best stars of Limbe in the last game of the tournament. The highly anticipated encounter failed to produced the expected spectacle but met the objective for Rangers FC. 
AS Lausanne from the Center region after a brilliant start against Kohi FC of Maroua had to wait till the last day to show the way out to top class Brasseries Football School EFBC 1-1. They finished top of pool A with five points just like fellow Kohi that whitewashed EFBC with the heaviest defeat of the tournament 6-1. AS Lausanne moved on based on their disciplinary record. 
Gazelles FC Garoua was the first team to seal an Elite two spot with two outstanding victories against CPS de Bertoua and Ebolowa FC 2-0 and 2-1 respectively. 

The tournament ends with a positive score despite a few instances though not strong enough to affect the general results.

Away from accusations of possible usage of irregular players, to change of match day and team place of origin, every other things has ended well. 

From us at Hilltopvoices it was delightful serving the National Interpools  2021. 

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