The Cameroon women’s national rugby selection have outsmarted Burkina Faso, by 52-0, in match day three of the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup,on Saturday,November 12 ,2022 at the Olembe Annex A Stadium.

Captain Mimosette Mouto and mates succeeded in dominating the first forty minutes of the first half, by a 30-0 score. It is worthy of note that,team Cameroon had won Ivory Coast in their first outing by 8-0.

While Ivette Sawadogo and mates failed to take the corrections, of their game against Ivory Coast to secure a win against the lionesses.

The Cameroonian side opted on a virulent attacking style at the up front, that led to their victory at end time on a final score of 52-0.

The last time both countries met, was in 2021, via two seperate encounters with Cameroon winning 35-0 and 37-3.

The Cameroon women’s team, will clash against South Africa, Madagascar and Kenya . At the end of which just a single nation, will be expected to book a ticket for the Rugby World Women’s Championship to take place in South Africa.

By Brian Mboh