Apejes of Mfou has been crowned the Champions of the 57th edition of the Cameroon Cup Finals after beating Bamboutous of Mbouda 2-0. The young Apejes FC demonstrated its agility by overpowering the famous Bamboutous FC Of Mbouda during the biggest sporting event in the country chaired by President Paul Biya.
Twenty year old, Frank Thierry Boya, an international midfielder and who plays for Apejes FC exhibited his brilliance and scored two goals, all during the second half of play.
It is worth noting that, the 2016 winners of the Cameroon Cup, Apejes of Mfou has been existing just for ten years and started participating in league 1 games three years ago.
The fifty year old Bamboutous FC that pulled over more than half of the crowd at the Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium this Sunday 30th October 2016 will have expected to celebrate its five decades of existence by raising the highly solicited trophy.
Eventhough both teams were at this stage for the first time, Bamboutous has been one of the local football teams that have made a name at the league 1 championship and even at the international scene through her participation at the international scene like the UNIFAC Cup and the CAF Cup amongst others.
According to the visibly happy 26 year Coach of Apejes, Oumarou Sokba,the youthfulness of his team made a difference in the competition.
The winners, Apejes of Mfou takes over the trophy from UMS of Loum, 2015 title owners of the Cup of Cameroon.