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Kent Cricket Club of Sierra Leone launches short documentary

By Sahr Morris Jnr. Kent Cricket Club has launched a short documentary to raise awareness of cricket in Sierra Leone and their cricket in the community projects…

Shooting Stars depart for Guinea today

By Sahr Morris Jnr. The Sierra Leone national U-20, Shooting Stars, will today (Wednesday) travel by road to Conakry, Guinea, ahead of their second-leg encounter in the…

Kei Kamara eyes return from operation

 By Sahr Morris Jnr. Sierra Leone and Middlesbrough striker Kei Kamara is eyeing a return to team action for his club before the end of the season…

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By Sahr Morris Jnr.  The Sierra Leone Tennis Association (SLTA) last Saturday, at the National Stadium Hostel in Freetown, deferred their elective congress and constituted a 10-man…

Leone Stars to compete in new UFOA-A tournament

 By Sahr Morris Jnr. The Sierra Leone national home base team, Leone Stars, will join eight other countries in the inaugural Union of West African Federations (UFOA)…

Prosperity Girls High School ends Sports Meeting

By Sahr Morris Jnr. The Prosperity Girls High School, Rotifunk, Bumpeh Chiefdom, Moyamba district, last Sunday ended their third annual inter-house sports meeting on the high, with…

Salone Grassroots Coaches Set for Arsenal Academy

By Sahr Morris Jnr. President of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), Isha Johansen, has returned home from England with several goodies, including an invitation for two…

Six Sierra Leonean youngsters to join Airtel Man.Utd clinic

By Sahr Morris Jnr.  Six Sierra Leonean youngsters – three boys and three girls – will on Sunday depart the country to attend this year’s Africa Airtel…

Beah Volleyball: Salone qualifies to youth Olympic Games Sierra Leone male and female heading to Nanjing Sierra Leone’s male and female beach volleyball teams have both qualified for the Youth Olympic Games which will be held in Nanjing, China, from August 16 to 28. The Sierra Leone male team defeated their Ghanaian opponent by two sets to one in the finals of the qualifiers, whilst the female team, despite failing to reach the finals, booked their place to the Nanjing Games after they finished in third place. Head coach and leader of delegation, Coach Sorie, was thankful of the team’s sponsors, Africell mobile company and Mercury International, including the government of Sierra Leone, through the Sports Ministry, for their support. He said the success of the two teams is another plus for the Association and the players as they look forward to a successful competition in China. The Men’s competition features 10 teams divided into two preliminary Pools, each comprising 5 teams. Pool A included Burundi, Ghana, Mauritius, Egypt and Benin, while Pool B comprised Namibia, Sierra Leone, Congo, Rwanda and Nigeria. On the other hand, 7 teams participated in the women’s competition, where they were divided into Pool A with 4 teams: Nigeria, Congo, Sierra Leone and Ghana; with Pool B featuring Mauritius, Rwanda and Namibia.

By Sahr Morris Jnr. Sierra Leone’s male and female beach volleyball teams have both qualified for the Youth Olympic Games which will be held in Nanjing, China, from August…

Dumbuya reveals how motivational books helped him

By Sahr Morris Jnr. Mustapha Dumbuya feared he would never play again this season and has praised Notts County’s medical staff for dragging him through his injury…