The region received the most coveted trophy of the overall winner of the competition (FENASCO).
The 2017 champions, the Far North region bagged home a total of 47 medals; 23 gold, 16 silver and eight bronze.
The Centre Region came second on the general classification table with a total of 43 medals.
The West region was third with 40 medals.
The closing ceremony on Saturday 8th April was presided over by the Minister of Secondary Education, Ernest Ngalle Bibehe.
He used the platform to reiterate national unity while urging the athletes to continue to uphold the spirit of peace and nation building.
The closing ceremony of the 2017 FENASCO A Games was highlighted by the switching off of Olympic flame,the award of medals to the best athletes accompanied by packages.
To finally close the 2017 secondary school games,the games flag was handed over to the Regional Delegate for Secondary Education for the Adamawa,the region to host the 2018 FENASCO A Games.
From : crtv.cm