There’s no stopping Renaissance
The Ngoumou men won 2-1 at home on Saturday against Panthère du Ndé, thereby climbing back into tenth position after having vegetated at the bottom of the league standings for many weeks.
The Bangangté club maintain their spot in second place, but Unisport and Coton Sport have two matches in hand.
Njalla Quan were held to a draw in Limbé 0-0 by Sable de Batié, in the absence of Nicolas Tonye Tonye, their coach who recently resigned.
The promoted team has not won again since the fourth week and has fallen back down to twelfth position; with respect to Sable, they garner one point after two defeats but are struggling to maintain their good start to the season.
Aigle de la Menoua and Canon Sportif de Yaoundé also neutralised each other out on Saturday, on the score of 1-1 in Dschang.
This brings “El Pacha” to four consecutive matches with no defeat, and “Kpa Kum” maintain the essential by keeping themselves in the top half of the table, although they did not confirm their victory against Scorpion.
The highlight of the weekend was Yong Sport Academy’s eventual win over New Star 1-0 in Bamenda.
Jean-Baptiste Tonguem’s men thereby strung together their sixth consecutive match without defeat, and send themselves into third place in the league standings.
New Star have not won again since the eighth week and now lie five points from the leader.
The other Week 12 encounters will see Scorpion oppose Astres, Coton Sport clash with Tiko, and of course Union Sportive test their mettle against Unisport du Haut-Nkam next week.
RESULTS OF WEEK 12 OF THE ELITE ONE
Saturday 7 April 2012
Renaissance de Ngoumou 2-1 Panthère Sportive du Ndé
Njalla Quan Sport Academy 0-0 Sable FC de Batié
Aigle Royal de la Menoua 1-1 Canon Sportif de Yaoundé
Sunday 8 April 2012
Yong Sport Academy 1-0 New Star de Douala
Wednesday 18 April 2012
Union Sportive de Douala v Unisport du Haut-Nkam
Thursday 19 April 2012
Scorpion FC de Bé v Astres de Douala
Coton Sport de Garoua v Tiko United