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Elite One championship 2022: PWD, YOSA claim all six available day two points

By Bakah Derick

The two teams representing the North West in the ongoing Elite One championship have clinched all six points of their two games during day two of matches played on Wednesday 23 March 2022. 
While PWD social football club of Bamenda over powered Fovu of Baham 2-0 at the Mbouda Municipal Arena, Yong Sports Academy (YOSA) humbled Astre of Douala 1-0 at the Douala-Bepanda reunification annex  stadium. 

Despite heavy rains in Mbouda that stopped play for sometime, Pagou David's men, put up an unmatched resistance against the Baham men. 
Nyaba Brian 50" and Aboubakar Mohamed 80" caused the damage for the Abakwa Boys as they kept their 1-0 loss on day one against Bamboutos of Mbouda behind them. 
Tegemo Emmanuel made things happen for YOSA in Douala at the close of the fixture. He concritised what many described as a master class performance prepared by Coach Nkabyo Martin. 
Here are the rest of the results 

 As Fortuna (2-2) Djiko FC 

 Avion FC (1-0) Ofta 

 FC Yaoundé II (0-1) RFC 

TKC (0-2) Colombe 

 Astres (0-1)Yosa

 Apejes vs Fauves Azur

 New stars (0-1) Bamboutos

Dragon (1-0) UMS

 Union (1-2) Stade Renard

 Fovu (0-2) Pwd

 Canon (2-0) Panthère 
From standby on the first day of play, YOSA opens their campaign on a high note ranking 5th in pool A with three points to their credit. 
PWD Bamenda lost their opener to Bamboutos 1-0. Their 2-0 win this Wednesday places them on spot number four. 


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