Women’s AFCON 2016: Awards

Women’s AFCON 2016: Awards

04 December 2016

Women’s AFCON 2016: Awards

Culture and tradition highlights closing ceremony

The ceremony lasted for about 45 minutes at a packed Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium in Yaounde. It was the closing ceremony of the 10th edition of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon 2016.

UNICEF, UNAIDS campaigns in good hands

The key actors of the 10th edition of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations underway in Cameroon have shown massive support for the two campaigns for the tournament.

Ghana edge South Africa to claim bronze

Ghana secured bronze after beating South Africa in the third place match on Friday at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium in Yaounde.

Pre-match quotes: Cameroon - Nigeria

Enow Ngachu (Head Coach, Cameroon) When we were in Namibia two years ago, the goal was to qualify for the World Cup in Canada. After achieving the qualification, it made the players lose some level of concentration for the final.

Reactions: Nigeria 1-0 South Africa

Florence Omagbemi (Head Coach, South Africa) I commend South Africa for giving us a good game. We knew we were playing the semi-final and our goal was to win. In football, sometimes you are not impressed with the performance of your team

Reactions: Cameroon 1-0 Ghana

Enow Ngachu (Head Coach, Cameroon) I am proud. Our goal was to win five matches. We have done four and there is only one remaining. In 2014, we were also in the final and it would make sense for us to win the trophy this year

Déjà vu as Nigeria set up Cameroon final

Holders Nigeria set up a final meeting with Cameroon after overcoming South Africa 1-0 in their semi-final clash on Tuesday in Limbe.

Feudjio powers Cameroon into final

Host Cameroon reached the final for the successive time after beating Ghana 1-0 on Tuesday in Yaounde to set up a date with either Nigeria or South Africa in Saturday’s final.

Start List: Nigeria VS South Africa

Start List: Nigeria VS South Africa