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First women’s rugby league tournament held in Cameroon

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Raiders Rugby League Academy have won the Laureane Biville tournament, the first-ever women’s competition held in Cameroon, staged at the Stade de Mat Genie in the capital Yaoundé

 

Four teams took part, Sahel – who made the final in their first-ever games – Rock and Gorila the others, on a day deemed a huge success by part-organiser, Cameroon RL head coach Khalil Njoya. “It was an amazing day for all. We had hundreds of people watching and many others asking about joining,” he said. “The atmosphere was astonishing.

Fellow organiser, Raiders head coach Paul Youmbi, added: “We worked very hard for this. This is only the first step and every single one of our ladies have put an immense effort in making this dream come true.
We would like to thank our main sponsors, “Société Générale Cameroon” for working with us and putting all their trust in the dream that is to grow rugby league in Cameroon, none of this would have taken place without them.

“Laureane Biville was the first to give our girls a dream to follow. The women put in late night shifts and early morning sessions to ensure victory and we are now planning to play in the London 9s later this year.”

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