Eding Sport’s improbable march towards the MTN Elite One championship title gathered more pace on Sunday with a 3-0 victory over New Stars at the Limbe Centenary Stadium.

Two Years upon Promotion Eding FC of Lekie match closer a first Cameroon premier league Title

Bravo to Saint Farbian Mvongo as his Club Eding Sport FC of Lekie edges closer to winning the league this season.

It would be the first league title for the club created in 2012 and managed by Anicet Mbarga Foe .

More to that, it is just the 3rd league title heading to the Centre Region in 25 years and just the first time a team from the Centre Region has won the Elite One championship since nowadays limping Canon of Yaounde won the league in 2002.

This is Eding Sport’s second season in top flight football and they have become the sixteenth club to win the league one championship.

Cotonsport of Garoua’s failure to win the league title this season means the Garoua based club go for two seasons without winning the league in 16 years.

Eding SPort FC is 9 points clear from Cotonsport of Garoua with 3 games to go and have technical advantage over Cotonsport.Speaking after their latest 3-0 away win to New Stars, Eding’s President Saint Farbian Mvogo hinted that the club has already started preparation for continental competition next season.

Discover the new Champions of Cameroon MTN Elite One championship:

1)Kalati Gwot Jean Oscar

2) Boniface Arno Zoa

3) Nerve Kelly Ngaassam

4) Pierre François Aurilien Etame

5) Aurilien Dongmou Yerseinko

6)Jeff Ngongang Nana

7)Pascal Mbarga Abega

8)Alain Joel Emile Edjo

9)Valentin Beo Babo

10)Alfred Meyong A.

11)Serge Rodriguez Koupit

12)Junior Kemajou Dibami

13)Christian Emmanuel Nguidjol Bayemi

14) Achille Stephane Eteme Adamou

15)Jules Hyppolite Tchio Tadoum

16)Raymond Fabrice Fotso(Left)

17) Alain Moangue

18)Florent Mounoutouang

19)Aladji Souleymane

20)Neville Ngong Gama.

21)Ngondji Armel

22) Tienchieu Marie Alphonse

Technical Staff

Anicet Mbarga Foe.

Younoussa Bouba.

Tonye Tonye Nicolas.

Leumen Nya Salvador.
Surely the ribbons would be blue and green this season as the league title heads to Centre Region for the first time since 2002.

Surely there is a shift in the balance of power in our championship with the two clubs with the most titles (24 titles), Canon 10 titles and Cotonsport Garoua with 14 titles are presently illustrating the crisis our football is going through.