Yaounde, Cameroon—The Indomitable Lionesses set off to a resounding start at the 2014 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations Championship in Namibia.
The team led by Enoh Ngatchou edged South Africa one goal to nil in its first game in the tourney on Sunday October 12. Their male counterparts drew 0-0 with Sierra Leone in Yaounde a day before on their day-3 qualifiers for the 2015 AFCON.
|Leocadia Bongben-Team Press Officer of the Lionesses|
The victory recorded by the Indomitable Lionesses is the first since Leocadia Bongeben became the team’s press officer.
Cameroon has competed in nine of the ten finals of the Africa Women's Championship, reaching the knockout stages on eight occasions.
The Indomitable Lionesses have been runners-up twice, finished third twice and were fourth on four occasions.
Besides that, they won the gold medal at the 2011 All Africa Games and secured a berth for the 2012 Olympic Games.By Ndi Eugene Ndi in Yaounde