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November
5

Surprise, surprise, the trong>Indomitable Lionesses yesterday failed to beat the Ethiopian ladies during their last group match. Enow Ngatchu“s side only managed a draw against the little – known Ethiopians whom everybody expected would be mauled to death. Lucky for them, they could and did qualify due to Nigeria”s 3-1 beating of Cote d”Iovire. They thus qualify with just four points. In the semis, they will face host country Equatorial Guinea. The other women”s AFCON 2012 semi pits South Africa against Nigeria. If they hope to qualify for the finals, the Lionesses must do better than play draw-quality football since their opponents will be playing in front of their home crowd. Good luck Lionesses.


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November
2

After a faulty start to their an style=”color: #800000;”>women”s AFCON 2012, the Indomitable Lionesses yesterday returned to winning ways with a 4-1 spanking of the lady Elephants of Cote d”Ivoire. Two goals from Iven Mihamle and two others from Aboudi Onguene and Zouga Edoa sealed the deal. This victory puts them back in contention for a one of the two qualifying spots from their pole, that includes Nigeria, Ethiopia and Cote d”Ivoire. It is now widely expected that the Lionesses will qualify given that their last match pits them against Ethiopia who this far have shown all the characteristics of a point – sharing team. It may be a little too early to celebrate victory but this is a bold step in the right direction. Roar on Lionesses.


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November
1

After having lost, 2

-1, to the Falcons of Nigeria during their opening match, the Indomitable Lionesses must win during today”s game against their counterparts from Cote d”Ivoire. Anything short of a victory will seriously compromise their chances of qualifying from their group. Given that the Ivoirians walloped Ethiopia 5-1 in their opening match and are thus well – placed to qualify even with a draw. The match will take place at the Nkoantoma stadium in Bata, Equatorial Guinea as from 3: 30 p.m. Their last pole match will take place on Sunday against Ethiopia. While praying for a victory, a defeat will be no surprise given the recent shadow of defeat that has been trailing Cameroonian football recently.


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