Sports Administration

Installing Officer Julius Sele and officials of the First School Social, Athletics and Development Club

First School Oldtimers Get New Leadership

On the eve of Christmas 2016, a new leadership of the First School Social, Athletics and Development Club, based between GSA Road and Joe Bar Communities in Paynesville, were inaugurated for the next two years, December 24, 2016 – December 24, 2018.

The installation officer, Mr. Julius Sele, who is the Executive Director of the Liberia Agency for Community Empowerment (LACE) told the leadership to faithfully discharge their duties as a community-based organization in helping to promote development.

G. Andy Quamie receives ‘Excellence Award’

Quamie Gets ‘Excellence Award’ in Sports

One of Liberia’s football administrators, G. Andy Quamie, was honored as “2016 Sports Personality” by the National Excellence Awards.

The program was held on Friday, December 16, during the 5th Edition of the National Excellence Awards, of which over 10 esteemed individuals were honored in different areas at the Paynesville Town Hall.

Quamie, 44, received the “National Excellence Awards for Sports 2016.”

Partial view of members of the Liberia Athletics Federation, including members of the Special Committee to engage stakeholders on the lack of support from government

LAF Sets Up Committee to Regain Subsidy Status

The president of the Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF), Mulbah Z. Zaza, at the conclusion of its 58th general assembly last Saturday has appointed a five-man committee to meet relevant stakeholders on the exclusion of the LAF from the subsidies of the government’s annual budget as well as from the National County Sports Meet.

Isaac Montgomery is a former 800m and 1500m athlete and is currently a FIFA badge referee

Ex-UL Track & Field Captain Heads Athletic Club

The former captain of the University of Liberia (UL) Track & Field Team, Isaac Montgomery, was elected president of the Liberty Athletics Club (LAC).

Montgomery was unanimously elected by the association’s executive committee at its recent meeting.

He ran the middle distance, 800m and 1500m.

The 30-year-old ex-athlete is expected to manage the Liberty Athletics Club for three years, from October 2016 – October 2019.

LFA technical director Henry Brown is part of the three-team facilitators

LFA Begins License B Coaching Course Saturday

The Technical Department of the Liberia Football Association has announced the opening of a License B Coaching Course from Oct. 31-Nov. 25 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.

The course will be handled by CAF Instructors Henry Browne, Kaetu Smith and CAF Education Officer Francis Tamba.

According to Instructor Kaetu Smith, so far 19 coaches have applied and the department is encouraging coaches who hold License C to take advantage of the course.

He said preparation runs from October 31 to November 18, and examinations will be held from November 21-25.


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