Instant souvenir : qualification coupe du monde 2007 , feuille du match senegal - cameroun
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Senegal 6, Cameroun 0 in Duala (WCQ Africa Rnd 1A, North)
Senegal won by 6 points. I predicted Cameroun by 12.
Senegal were the surprise winners in this close encounter. Cameroun were unable, for financial reasons, to call upon many of their France-based players.
This was the first time these two nations met at the international level.
Cameroun were successful in winning the CAR 2nd division in 2003 after cruising past Togo, Ghana, Mauritania and Mali in the northern zone and then defeating Zambia, the southern zone finalist. In 2004 Cameroun competed in Division 1 for the first time with surprisingly close matches against Tunisia (3-20), Cote d’Ivoire (10-17) and finally Morocco (6-18). These results indicated a rapid rise in the standard of Cameroun rugby no doubt aided by a call up of France-based players.
Senegal’s big win over Nigeria last weekend would indicate, along with a similar policy of recruitment of France-based players, that they are heading in the same direction.
The Senegalese made three changes to the squad that assembled in Dakar and then defeated Nigeria 46-6 last weekend. In came prop Djibril Preira from Mantes La Jolie in France, winger Abass Dieye from the Senegalese club Caimans and lock Magnamé Koita from the famous Beziers club in France. Not selected were Babacar Ndiongue (Caimans), Ibrahima Sadio (Jambars) and Moustapha Sene (Jambars), all from local clubs.
15- Pierre Mbem (Kangourou Yaoundé) , 14- Thomas Mpono (Yaoundé Academy Rugby) , 13- Serges Yakan (Yaoundé Academy Rugby) , 12 -Bertrand Omgba Omgba (Yaoundé Academy Rugby) , 11- Pierre Bisseck (Kangourou Yaoundé) , 10- Jacquillard Tchouffa (Marcassins Douala) , 9- Messanga Manga (Yaoundé Academy Rugby) , 8- Watchou Tchale (Aurillac, France) [19- Yannick Linjeck (Yaoundé Academy Rugby)] , 7 -Augustin Limaleba (Yaoundé Academy Rugby) [22- Emile Boade (Yaoundé Academy Rugby)] , 6- Victor Ntsama (Yaoundé University Club) , 5- Hilaire Nyatto (Yaoundé University Club) , 4- Ngambo Adamou (Yaoundé University Club) , 3- Simplice Nganou (Bologne, Italy) [18- Thierry Tameu (Force XV Douala)], 2- Amadou Gbetkom (Buffalo Douala) [16- Mepewou] , 1- Wilfred Membi (Yaoundé Academy Rugby).
Replacements not used
: 17- Ernest Ngong (Yaoundé Academy Rugby),
20 -Alain Tsimi (Yaoundé Academy Rugby), 21- Touko Ngaleu (Force XV Douala),
Moussa Cisse (PUC Paris, France), Louny Preira (Paris PUC, France), Mouhamadou Diarra (Pau, France), Biram-Victor Samb (Castelnaudary, France), Marfouth Cissoko (Caimans), Steeve Sargos (Oyonax, France), Demba Diouf (St Junien, France), Yogane Correa (Albi, France), Felix Mendy (Aix-en-Provence, France), Gabriel Seck (Martigues, France), John Roux (Nissan, France), Papa Mbow (Caimans), Gora Samb (Caimans, Senegal), Florentimou Gomis (RC Las, France), Carlos Mendy (SMUC Marseille, France), Seydou Tall (Jambars), Assane Dieye (Jambars), Mamadou Pouye (Gignac, France), Hamet Sy (PUC Paris, France),