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Adamawa Region To Host 2018 Fenasco A Games

The least ranked
region of the 2017 Fenasco A Games Adamawa, have been confirmed host of the
2018 Fenasco A games. The announcement was made on Saturday in Buea during the
closing ceremony of the 19th edition of the games, chaired by Secondary
Education minister Jean Ernest Bibehe Messina Ngalle, and also had in
attendance Madame Kalkaba, South West Governor Bernard Okalia Bilai, Fako SDO
Zang III, UB vice Chancellor Dr Nalova Lyonga and a host of other South West
administrators.


At the close of the
game, the Far North region gained top position on the general ranking with 47
medals, including 23 gold, 16 silver, and 18 bronze, while the Adamawa region
emerged the least ranked region with 15 medals, 2 gold, 5 silver and 8 bronze.

Fenasco A games overall Statistics

1.    
Far North Region 47 Medals (23 gold, 16 silver, 18
bronze)
2.    
Center Region 43 medals (18 gold, 16 silver, 18 bronze)
3.    
West Region 40 medals (13 gold, 11 silver, 16 bronze)
4.    
North Region 39 medals (11 gold, 7 silver, 21 bronze)
5.    
South West Region 17 medals (7 gold, 5 silver, 5 bronze)
6.    
East Region 33 medals (3 gold, 15 silver, 15 bronze)
7.    
Littoral Region 25 medals (3 gold, 7 silver, 15 bronze)
8.    
South Region 13 medals (3 gold, 4 silver, 6 bronze)
9.    
North West Region 11 medals (3 gold, 2 silver, 6 bronze)
10.   Adamawa Region 15 medals (2 gold, 5 silver, 8 bronze)
It is worth noting
that the South West region, represented by the GBHS Tiko female soccer selection
beat Classic and Modern Bilingual Grammar School Bafia which represented the
Center region 3-2 in the female football final on Saturday.

Prior to the female football
final on Saturday, North West region humiliated Adamawa region 4-0 on Friday in
the Men’s football final.
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Adamawa Region To Host 2018 Fenasco A Games

The least ranked
region of the 2017 Fenasco A Games Adamawa, have been confirmed host of the
2018 Fenasco A games. The announcement was made on Saturday in Buea during the
closing ceremony of the 19th edition of the games, chaired by Secondary
Education minister Jean Ernest Bibehe Messina Ngalle, and also had in
attendance Madame Kalkaba, South West Governor Bernard Okalia Bilai, Fako SDO
Zang III, UB vice Chancellor Dr Nalova Lyonga and a host of other South West
administrators.


At the close of the
game, the Far North region gained top position on the general ranking with 47
medals, including 23 gold, 16 silver, and 18 bronze, while the Adamawa region
emerged the least ranked region with 15 medals, 2 gold, 5 silver and 8 bronze.

Fenasco A games overall Statistics

1.    
Far North Region 47 Medals (23 gold, 16 silver, 18
bronze)
2.    
Center Region 43 medals (18 gold, 16 silver, 18 bronze)
3.    
West Region 40 medals (13 gold, 11 silver, 16 bronze)
4.    
North Region 39 medals (11 gold, 7 silver, 21 bronze)
5.    
South West Region 17 medals (7 gold, 5 silver, 5 bronze)
6.    
East Region 33 medals (3 gold, 15 silver, 15 bronze)
7.    
Littoral Region 25 medals (3 gold, 7 silver, 15 bronze)
8.    
South Region 13 medals (3 gold, 4 silver, 6 bronze)
9.    
North West Region 11 medals (3 gold, 2 silver, 6 bronze)
10.   Adamawa Region 15 medals (2 gold, 5 silver, 8 bronze)
It is worth noting
that the South West region, represented by the GBHS Tiko female soccer selection
beat Classic and Modern Bilingual Grammar School Bafia which represented the
Center region 3-2 in the female football final on Saturday.

Prior to the female football
final on Saturday, North West region humiliated Adamawa region 4-0 on Friday in
the Men’s football final.
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Adamawa Region To Host 2018 Fenasco A Games

The least ranked
region of the 2017 Fenasco A Games Adamawa, have been confirmed host of the
2018 Fenasco A games. The announcement was made on Saturday in Buea during the
closing ceremony of the 19th edition of the games, chaired by Secondary
Education minister Jean Ernest Bibehe Messina Ngalle, and also had in
attendance Madame Kalkaba, South West Governor Bernard Okalia Bilai, Fako SDO
Zang III, UB vice Chancellor Dr Nalova Lyonga and a host of other South West
administrators.


At the close of the
game, the Far North region gained top position on the general ranking with 47
medals, including 23 gold, 16 silver, and 18 bronze, while the Adamawa region
emerged the least ranked region with 15 medals, 2 gold, 5 silver and 8 bronze.

Fenasco A games overall Statistics

1.    
Far North Region 47 Medals (23 gold, 16 silver, 18
bronze)
2.    
Center Region 43 medals (18 gold, 16 silver, 18 bronze)
3.    
West Region 40 medals (13 gold, 11 silver, 16 bronze)
4.    
North Region 39 medals (11 gold, 7 silver, 21 bronze)
5.    
South West Region 17 medals (7 gold, 5 silver, 5 bronze)
6.    
East Region 33 medals (3 gold, 15 silver, 15 bronze)
7.    
Littoral Region 25 medals (3 gold, 7 silver, 15 bronze)
8.    
South Region 13 medals (3 gold, 4 silver, 6 bronze)
9.    
North West Region 11 medals (3 gold, 2 silver, 6 bronze)
10.   Adamawa Region 15 medals (2 gold, 5 silver, 8 bronze)
It is worth noting
that the South West region, represented by the GBHS Tiko female soccer selection
beat Classic and Modern Bilingual Grammar School Bafia which represented the
Center region 3-2 in the female football final on Saturday.

Prior to the female football
final on Saturday, North West region humiliated Adamawa region 4-0 on Friday in
the Men’s football final.
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