Team sports representing Cameroon at the 12th edition of the All Africa Games are striving forward in the competition putting up impressive defensive tactics.
Among the team sports representing Cameroon at the 12th edition of the All Africa Games are football under 20 girls handball Lionesses and volleyball teams both male and female.
So far in an advanced stage of the competition, these teams have put up strong resilience against their opponents and bagging home impressive results.
The handball Lionesses are yet to concede defeat from any .
The girls of coach Serge Guebogo and Perpetual Forsuh have so far trashed their rivals in the competition defeating them with scores of great difference margins.
They beat their first opponent Algeria 33 to 26, Uganda 43 to 22 and their last defeat over Kenya 44 to 21 put them through to the quarter finals of the competition.
The last time Cameroon won gold in handball at the All Africa Games was is in 2003 with perpetual forsuh as captain who now stands as one of the team’s coaches.
The volleyball lionesses, current African champions beat their first opponent Senegal with an easy three sets to zero.
They say their objective for this tournament is gold.
The volleyball lions who arrived Rabat early for training fielded their first game this Friday 23rd August against Algeria beating them in a game of 3 sets to 1.
They have also beaten Morocco in their first friendly and are poised to put up a better show in competition.
The under twenty football lionesses on their part struggled to maintain a draw in their first group game against Nigeria.
The match with the falconets ended on a one tie.
The u20 lionesses will have to battle it out with South Africa in a highly contested game this Saturday for a spot at the semi-finals.
Bruno Ndonwie Funwie