South west division two championship is back and Yesterday’s Quarter finals one saw 3 times champs Best stars Academy Limbe eliminated by Maumu youths of Buea 4-5 on post match penalties.The game had ended on a 2 all score after 120 minutes.
Best Stars Mathieu Mvondo was sent off after seeing two cautions.
Dispute the defeat cadet lions Ofon Fabrice and Elive Ewange Stephen stood tall.Goalkeeper Mahameo Yindui Amido was great between the sticks for Best stars.
This reporters man of the match for the first quarters finals is Yannick Ofon Enohmbi* *His ball control and decision making at the midfield was simply exceptional yesterday. He started the move which saw Maumu youths win the penalty to equalize at the stroke of half time*
He skills force Best stars midfield Maestro Mathieu Mvondo to foul him and pick up a second booking to swing the momentum of the game in favour of Maumu Youths FC.
When it went down to the shootout he step up first amidst the imposing nature of the best stars goalie( Under 20 Lion) and he left the goalkeeper rooted to the spot with his kick* (The man with the bandage wrist)
In the second quarter finals
Crisis weakened Eyonde FC of Mbonge were humiliated by 5 goals to zero.The game ended with just 20 players after both sides had a player sent off.
This reporters man of the match for the second game is Gwe Beckley;The St Peters captain for the day scored one of St Peters goal and had a hand in 2 other goals. His work rate and change of paste created all sorts of problems for Eyonde defenders.
Thomas Motanga of Eyonde FC was shown 2 yellow cards and consequently a red within 2 minutes by referee Pondie Pondie and Eric Mokam of St peters was shown a straight red for bringing down Samuel Mokwe adjudged to mean denial of a goal scoring opportunity.
St Peters 5 th goal from the penalty spot by Goil Adrian Njoke put St Peters one goal ahead of Victoria United as the top scorers in the league this season with 41 goals.
Gwe Beckley marked his return from injury yesterday with a goal taking his league season tally for St Peters to 9 goals
Ntepe Abdoulaye scored one of St Peters goal yesterday taking his tally up to 10 goals.
For Maumu Youths Bright Isuma Mondoa scored his 11th goal of the campaign to catch up with Kelly Charles Oru on 11 goals.
EEMSA came from Behind through 90+1 minute equaliser from Emeka Okoro to make it 1 all.
16 years old Tangiri Franklin Yusunyuy would torment the EEMSA defensive department during prolongation like he did in the first 90 minutes.
To this reporter Ebere Festus of EEMSA stood tall between the sticks saving 3 out of 4 penalties*My man of the match.
Yoah Willibroad’s Bullet header from a Samuel NSE cross Started Victoria United’s come back after Robert Molango had given CUSA the lead.
His goal yesterday was his 8 th in this campaign
Midfield maestro Ngathie Medrano scored in his debut from an international ballistic drive 38 meters away from goal*He was simply exceptional and it was a tough decision for me to pick out a man of the match between him and right back Nse Samuel who kept Adolf Sama on the bench.Samuel had a great day out and provided the assist for the first goal while Medrano scored the second.
Maumu Youths FC 2-2 Best Stars Academy(AET)
Penalty Shoot out 5-4
Eyonde FC 0-5 St Peters FC
EEMSA 1-1 CINYODEV (AET) 3-1 penalty shoot out.
CUSA 1 – 2 Victoria United OPOPO
Draws for the semi finals to be played on home and away basis come up this week.
Full list of semi finalist:
Maumu Youths FC,Buea.
St Peters FC,Limbe
Victoria United of Limbe(OPOPO)