An early start on Wednesday, a day packed with activities, including the marathon and the culinary arts competition, not forgetting the semi-finals and the Songo final.
It was just under 7 a.m. when the runners set off. Around a hundred runners in 3 categories – juniors, ladies and seniors – take part in the marathon under the close supervision of the Red Cross and the rest of the foundation’s teams. Marathon results are as follows
1st Endome Bindoung Fabrice
2nd Zoua Ekoto Arsène Pascal
3rd Oyono Raul
1st Okono Brinda
2nd Ngah Engozo’o Julie
3rd Ekemeyong Elisabeth
1st Zo’oyang Leonel
2nd Akamse Ella Martin
3rd Meka’a Mendo Jérémy
And as soon as you get back from the sporting action, it’s time to take a look at the songo tournament, where it’s the grand final. Nlate Paulin defeated Obounou Patrick in the final, while Ondja’a Patrice took 3rd place.
The footballers, for their part, are in the quarter-finals, with 4 matches on the program.
Etondo FC vs Mengong Yat at 9 a.m.
Deux zéro vs Racing de NKo’ovos at 11am
Vitalo de Loum vs Rocher de Yem at 1pm
Kpwatolo vs PASCEMMA at 3pm.
The four qualifiers for the semi-finals are Fc Mengong Yat, Deu zéros de Mengong, Rocher de Yem and Kpwatolo de Mekamemvom.
The day ends with the culinary arts competition, with the following results
1st Femmes dynamiques de Doungou Emanemvam
2nd Mrs Abenelang
3rd Association des femmes handicapées de Nnemeyong 3