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Objective to win at least a trophy this season still possible – PWD Bamenda president

The president of PWD Bamenda, Pascal Abunde, has told his players and staff that the season is not yet over, despite the end of the Elite One championship which they struggled not to get relegated from.

Following the 3-2 victory over Renaissance of Ngoumou on the last day of play on Sunday, April 30, Abunde said that was just the completion of two out of three parts according to their programme.

“As I told you guys, this season had three parts. We played the first part, we had 10 points, we played the second part we had 15 points” the club president highlighted. “Now, the season is not ended, we have the third part of the season, that is the cup of Cameroon” he continued.

Pascal Abunde said the team has just a few days of rest “we are taking a few days of rest, bearing in mind that we have to start preparing for the cup of Cameroon. Because the objective we set for ourselves was to win something at least this season” he indicated.

He gave each player the sum of 100,000 FCFA following their defeat of Renaissance of Ngoumou.

PWD finished the season on the fourth position in group A with 25 points.

The top two teams in the group, Canon Sportif and Coton Sport of Garoua with 38 and 36 points respectively, will take part in the playoffs for the championship title. Gazelle and Bamboutos are the top two sides in group B.

There will be a relegation playoff as well. It will pit Yong Sports Academy against Djiko FC, to determine the fifth club that will drop alongside Renaissance of Ngoumou, Avion Academy, YAFOOT, and Dragon FC.

Source: Cameroon News Agency

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