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Sierra Leone Sports: Sierra Leonean Starlet flames her hope

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

A Sierra Leonean athlete based in the United State of America, Ngozi Musa has opted to represent Sierra Leone for the first time in the junior world championship to be hosted in Oregon, Portland, U.S.A. The 17-year old starlet is a sprinter, and also a high jumper. She is the current champion of her high[...]

Sierra Leone Sports: Brewery boosts PLB with Le100M

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Sierra Leone Brewery Limited (SLBL) has boosted the Premier League Board with the sum of Le100 Million to start this year Premier League commencing today Wednesday Match 26th 2014. The Managing Director of Sierra Leone Brewery Willy Ngana in his statement said he welcomes all to this remarkable ceremony. He said on behalf of management[...]

Sierra Leone Sports: Lamine Diack to Step Down In 2015

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

Having been at the helm of affairs as president of the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) for 15 years, the Senegalese-born Lamine Diack said it is time to call it quit. He made this pronouncement during a lunch organized by the IAAF at the Terrou Bi Hotel in Dakar Senegal last Thursday March 20[...]

Sierra Leone Sports: FIFA Does Not Tolerate Discrimination-Gianni Merlo

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

The Association of International Sports Press (AIPS) representative in the world’s football governing body (FIFA) Media Committee has said that the federation does not tolerate any form of discrimination. Gianni Marlo, who is the President of AIPS made this proclamation while responding to concerns of discrimination for accreditation to FIFA organized competitions by local football[...]

Sierra Leone Sports: Lamine Diack to Step Down In 2015

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

Having been at the helm of affairs as president of the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) for 15 years, the Senegalese-born Lamine Diack said it is time to call it quit. He made this pronouncement during a lunch organized by the IAAF at the Terrou Bi Hotel in Dakar Senegal last Thursday March 20[...]

Sierra Leone Sports: Anti-Drugs Strikers get Club Bus

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Newly promoted Premier League club in the country, Anti-Drugs Strikers has received big boost from  the Chief executive Officer of the club, Alhaji Unisa Alim Sesay aka AWOKO by providing a bus for the club He said the bus will be used when the team has matches and sometimes for training. According to AWOKO, he[...]

Sierra Leone Sports: “East End Lions Will Bounce Back” -Mohamed Nabieu

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Former Chairman of East End Lions Club, Alhaji Mohamed Nabie who is presently one of the elders of the club, has told this Press that East End Lions will bounce back. He made this statement on Friday, when the club launched the team kits that will be used both at home and away, and a[...]

Sierra Leone Sports: Mercury Int. aid SWASAL

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Mohamed Fajah Barrie, President of the Sports Writers Association of Sierra Leone (SWASAL) together with the Financial Secretary Mohamed Konneh, has on Wednesday 12th March 2014 received a cash cheque of Fourteen Million Two Hundred and Six Thousand Leones which is approximately US$3,100 plus Two return air tickets from the Chairman of Mercury International Charity[...]

Sierra Leone Sports: FCC Sports Committee end table tennis course

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Freetown City Council (FCC) Sports Committee will on Friday March 14th 2014 end a four day Table tennis course at the National Stadium in Freetown. Speaking about the course to Awoko Sports one of the coordinator Joseph Oreilly Campbell said that the training is for 17 different constituencies in the Western Urban but only seven[...]

Sierra Leone Sports:”I did not attend the interview”-A G Koroma

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

One of the shortlisted candidates A G Koroma who is the Administrative Secretary of the National Olympic Committee (NOC) did not attend the interview for the position of the General Secretary of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) because he did not receive any correspondence. On this ground he decided not to attend as he[...]