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PWD Bamenda Keep League One Title Hopes Alive

PWD of Bamenda

By Basil K Mbuye

PWD Social club of Bamenda have kept their title hopes alive after an away victory against UMS of Loum that saw them beating their host 2-0 on Tuesday, February 11.

The victory saw the Abakwa Boys consolidating their second position on the log with just two points behind league leaders Coton Sport of Garoua. PWD Bamenda’s victory on matchday 21 over UMS of Loum saw the Abakwa Boys accumulating 36 points while Coton Sport pulled a 1-1 draw against Stade Renard in Garoua to have 38 points.

So far, PWD Bamenda has played a total of 21 games winning ten, six draws and five defeats. This has seen them scoring a total of 28 goals, conceding 19 to have a goal difference of plus 9. They also share the same points with third place Colombe that also has 36 points but has a goal difference of plus 7.

In the relegation zone, Avion is 15th with 25 points; Dragon 16th with 24 points, AS Fortuna 17th with 21 points while at the bottom of the table is Eding Sport of Lekie with 21 points.

Meanwhile, another Northwest Region’s flag bearer at the League One championship, Yong Sports Academy, YOSA, is in the 10th position with 27 points. The club has won seven games, suffered eight defeats with six of their games all ending in a draw. They are the third club with the worst attack as they have scored 27 goals and conceded 28. With 27 points in 21 games, YOSA is just two points shy of the relegation zone.

Legendary clubs like Canon of Yaoundé, Tonnerre of Yaounde and Union of Douala are all limping as their form keeps fluctuating.

Complete Day 21 Results

Feutcheu 4-2 YOSA

Union 3-0 Eding

Colombe 2-0 Dragon

UMS 0-2 PWD Bamenda

AS Fortuna 1-0 Avion

Apejes 2-0 Fovu

Coton 1-1 Stade Renard

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