PWD, Dynamic and NQSA of Limbe are all closer to relegation in the Regional championship after 16 games of play. As we speak, Feutcheu and Stade Renard have made it to League One, but the bone of contention is which of these two teams will come back home with the trophy? This could be clearly seen as both clubs work relentlessly, Feutcheu FC has 57pts while Stade Renard has 56pts plus two matches in hand.
The PWD of Bamenda typically known as ”The Abakwa Boys” has failed to put smiles on the faces of supporters and fans as they have recorded just 2 victories, 8 draws and 5 defeats in 15 games. According to reports, the club is believed to have turned its attention to its academy, thereby using only players in its football academy.
Notwithstanding, Dynamic the pride of Buea has recorded 15 goals in 16 games and currently occupies the 15th position after registering 3 victories, 6 draws and suffering 7 defeats in 16 games. Since making their way to the League Two championship few years ago, the Buea-based team has been battling relegation each year.
Undivided attention will be devoted to NQSA of Limbe, this club was relegated last year from Division One to Division Two and has had a track record of failure throughout the first round. Just 2 points in 16 games, they are first from the bottom and have recorded two draws and 14 defeats.
However, football is a game of competence and hard work. NQSA of Limbe and the anglophone clubs should not feel discouraged but should triple their efforts so as to resurface in the upcoming games.
Unofficial Classification of Clubs
No Clubs Points Games
1 -Feutcheu FC 32 16
2 -Stade Renard de Melong 28 16
3 -AS Matelots 27 16
4 -Ngaoundere Univ. FC 26 15
5 -Colombe du Dja et Lobo 26 16
6 -Fovu de Baham 25 16
7 -AS Fortuna 23 16
8 -National Polytechnic 22 16
9 -Panthère Security de Garoua 22 16
10 -Renaissance de Ngoumou 22 16
11 -Douala AC 20 16
12 -AS Etoa Meki 19 15
13 -Tonnerre de Yaoundé 18 15
14 -Dynamo de Douala 17 16
15 -Dynamic of Buéa 15 16
16 -PWD Bamenda 14 15
17 -Njalla Quan SA 2 16