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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Cameroon Women's National Soccer Team News


September 15, 2015 - Therese Abena & Ngo Mani score in win over Nigeria
Ghana and Cameroon will battle for gold in the women’s event at the 11th African Games Brazzaville 2015 after victories in the semi-final matches on Tuesday in Kintele.... ‘Les Lionnes’ of Cameroon eased past the Super Falcons of Nigeria 2-1 to confirm their places for the most important match at the tournament.... Cameroon led by two goals at half time to make matters worse for the Nigerians. Therese Abena scored the opener on 10 minutes before Ngo Mani doubled the lead four minutes. The Falcons pulled one back through veteran defender Onome Ebi three minutes after the break, however the quest for the equalizer never saw the light of day." - CAF

June 16, 2015 - Gabrielle Onguene & Madeleine Ngono Mani score in win over Switzerland
"Madeleine Ngono Mani came off the bench to score one of two second-half goals as Cameroon became only the second African team to advance to the knockout stage of the Women's World Cup with a 2-1 win over Switzerland in Edmonton, Alberta, on Tuesday. Cameroon (2-0-1) advances as the second team from Group C, doing so in its first World Cup appearance. Switzerland (1-0-2) led 1-0 after the first half behind a goal from Ana Maria Crnogorcevic in the 24th minute, and it controlled the action for much of the half. However, Cameroon equalized on a powerful right-footed strike by Gabrielle Onguene in the 47th minute. Mani, who came off the bench in the 57th minute, followed with her 40th career goal five minutes later for the win." - Yahoo

June 8, 2015 - Gaelle Enganamouit scores hat-trick in win over Ecuador
"Gaelle Enganamouit scored a hat-trick as Cameroon belied their lowly world ranking of 53rd with a commanding 6-0 victory over fellow Women's World Cup debutants Ecuador in their Group C opener in Vancouver on Monday. Les Lionnes, who qualified for the World Cup by finishing as runners-up at last year's African Women's Championship, took advantage of several defensive lapses by Ecuador with a three-goal burst in 11 minutes during the first half. Madelaine Ngono Mani pounced on a rebound to score the opening goal in the 34th minute before fellow forward Enganamouit made it 2-0 just two minutes later with a right-footed blast. The speedy Cameroon forwards dominated up front and Christine Manie struck from the penalty spot in the 44th minute after sending Ecuador goalkeeper Shirley Berruz the wrong way, burying the ball low to the left with a thunderous shot.
Ecuador were reduced to 10 players when defender Ligia Moreira was red carded in the 66th minute and Enganamouit took advantage seven minutes later when she found the back of the net from close range. Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene, who orchestrated many of Cameroon's attacking moves in her 50th international match, scored from the penalty spot in the 79th minute before Enganamouit followed suit in the 94th to make it 6-0." - Reuters


May 27, 2015 - World Cup roster named
  • Goalkeepers: Teclaire Mbororo, Annette Ngo Ndom, Flore Enyegue
  • Defenders: Yvonne Leuko Chibosso, Ysis Sonkeng, Marie Aurelle Awona, Augustine Ejangue, Cathy Bou Ndjouh, Rita Wanki
  • Midfielders: Henriette Edoa, Genevieve Ngo Beleck, Francine Zouga, Meffometou Falone, Grace Yango, Therese Abena, Raissa Feudjio, Ngani Agathe
  • Forwards: Madelaine Ngono Mani, Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene, Njoya Nkout, Gaelle Enganamouit, Christine Manie, Rose Bella
April 11, 2015 - Aboudi Onguene & Ngono Manie score in 2-1 win over Ethiopia
"Les éthiopiennes obtenaient le premier corner de la partie dès la 2ème minute de jeu. L'occasion se concluait par l'ouverture du score suite à une erreur défensive des visiteuses. Ngo Ndom allait chercher le ballon dans le fond de ses filets (0-1).... C'est sur une contre-attaque intervenue à la 41ème minute de jeu que les lionnes établissaient l'équilibre au score 1-1 grâce à Aboudi Onguene. 1-1 score à la mi-temps. C'est à la 77ème que l'avant centre Ngono Manie doublait la mise pour les lionnes (2-1).... Les Lionnes remportaient le match et se qualifiaient pour les jeux africains de brazzaville 2015." - Camer Sport


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