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NPA’s cheering squad in a celebratory mood. But last Wednesday Watanga FC made the end difficult when they lost 2-0.

LFA Cellcom Wednesday’s League Results

In continuation of the LFA Cellcom national soccer league last Wednesday, BYC put up an incredible show to defeat Ganta Black Star 4-1.

Invincible Eleven settled a 1-1 draw against Monrovia Club Breweries and Jubilee managed a 2-0 over Mighty Blue Angels.

Oilers and Keitrace settled to a goalless draw and Watanga FC made it over National Port Authority with a 2-0 victory.

Another loss fell on Red Lions, losing 1-0 to LISCR FC.


Rep. Edward Forh makes remarks

Rep. Snowe: “This is Montserrado County Time.”

Montserrado County Superintendent Brandy makes remarks

US$150,000 Budgeted for Monsterrado County

The Chairman of the Montserrado County Legislative Caucus, Representative Edward Ford, has announced that the county’s Caucus, through the Edwin M. Snowe’s Mobilization Committee has projected a US$150,000 budget as an initial support, to Montserrado County in the National County Meet.

The Montserrado lawmaker said, the funds is aimed to support the five disciplines, namely, football, basketball, kickball, athletics and volleyball, in the County Meet.


BYC in match readiness; NPA-Anchors in a group photo

LFA Cellcom League Round 9 Heats Up Today

Round 9 of the LFA Cellcom Division One soccer league continues this afternoon at five centers with pairings that are expected to improve the chances of teams who will show much aggression at scoring goals.

The matches start at the Blue Field with BYC FC taking on Ganta Black Star at 4p.m. In their own backyard, expect BYC to teach the Ganta boys some lessons in soccer. 


Partial view of Liberians at the SKD during the County Meet

4 Days to County Meet

The seventh cash- splitting County Meet is expected to kick-off this Saturday, with traditionally, all of the 15 Counties, battling for the gold. But who are the favorites in the preliminary?

Unlike the past, sports lovers would just toss the dice and predict the preliminaries’ favorites that could become a reality; but this year’s fixture has been de-regionalized with counties from either the west, southeast and central or north pulling to a site to gain qualification for the finals in Monrovia at the ‘always record crowded’ Samuel K. Doe Sports Complex.


Muscat FC danger striker Sonnii

FA CUP: BYC over Super Rollers, Oilers Triumph

The first round of the FA Cup produced more surprises last Sunday in matches in eight centers where Liberia Football Association matches are held.

At the Blue Field, BYC received Super Rollers and after several misses, exploded in the second half to score 4-0, in a match that was one-sided.

Spurred on by a Cheering Squad, a singing group, BYC rose to their gain and pumped in four goals as against none by their opponents.

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