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National Interpools 2022: North West flag bearer in last four

By Bakah Derick 

The representative of the North West Region at the ongoing National interpools in Limbe has qualified for the semi finals. Hilltop Strikers FC of Bamendakwe beat West regional Ambassador NGV Football Academy 2-1 to clinch a ticket for the last four.
Hilltop Strikers FC ahead of clash with NGV Football Academy 

With two wins and two draws, Coach Ngwa Remy and his battalion have finished with eight points after Francis Ngwainbi equalized an early goal by Wilfred Nana of NGV FA. 

Youssouf Sidicki's late second half goal was good enough to secure the much needed three points for Hilltop Strikers FC. 
NGV Football Academy ahead of Hilltop Strikers FC encounter 

Hilltop Strikers FC opened their account in the competition with a 2-0 win against Olympique de Meiganga before settling for two successive 1-1 draws against National FC of Garoua and Nkufo FA of Yaounde. 
The unofficial classification puts NGV Football Academy top of pool A with 9pts followed by Hilltop Strikers FC with eight. The road thus ends for Nkufo FA, National FC and Olympique de Meiganga. 
In Pool B, Littoral representative Aigle Royal du Moungo finished top with 10points followed by South West flag bearer Victoria United with seven. 

The Semi final fixture thus pairs NGV FA against Victoria United and Hilltop Strikers FC against Aigle Royal du Moungo 

The Semi finals will be played on Thursday 22 September 2022. 
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