Sports Administration


The playing pitch is situated on J. W. Pearson’s Campus

Ganta DEO Wants Sport Stadium Relocated

Bain-Garr District Education Officer (DEO) J. Lynon Martor has called on the county authorities to relocate the Ganta Sport Stadium. The stadium is located in his district.

The stadium is situated in John Wesley Pearson High School.

In an interview with the Daily Observer in Ganta recently he said the stadium would distract the students from learning, especially when they are in class while players are also on the playing pitch causing uncontrollable noise.


Atty. Phillip Wesseh

PNW Calls Reconciliation Conference for SWAL Members

The publisher and managing editor of The INQUIRER newspaper, Atty. Philip N. Wesseh – PNW – has scheduled a mediatory conference to settle the disagreement between some members of the Sports Writers Association of Liberia (SWAL) calling themselves ‘Majority Bloc’ and the leadership of the association.

Mr. Wesseh noted in a press release yesterday that the meeting will be held Saturday, April 2, at the headquarters of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) on Clay Street at 11:30 a.m.


LNOC President Browne, a team of handball players and LNHA President Mason Saweler

LNHA Denounces LNOC Leadership

The Executive Committee of the Liberia National Handball Association has denounced the administration of Liberia National Olympic Committee, (LNOC) president Phillipbert Browne and has announced ‘vote of no confidence’ in his leadership.

In a statement, dated March 22 to the LNOC, a copy of which is with the Daily Observer, the LNHA said Browne administration has made nine violations and therefore it is time for a new leadership.


Doc Lawson, former Liberian US professional soccer player and Olympian takes the kick-off

19 for Gbarnga Rainbow Soccer League Saturday

A two month soccer tournament, organized by Team Jorquelleh, a grassroots group of young people of Bong County, kicks off Saturday at the Bong County Sports Stadium with 19 Zones participating.

Believed to the biggest locally organized soccer championship in Gbarnga, the Gbarnga Community Rainbow League is being supported by locals and Donami Sports, USA, headed by retired US professional soccer player and Olympian, Doc Lawson.

Mr. Lawson is expected to take the kick off.


Global Goodwill Ambassador Doc Lawson YMCA Board Chair Mr. Jonathan Mayson

‘Last Well’ Ambassador Arrives in Liberia

Liberian-born former United States professional soccer player and Olympian, Doc Lawson who is the newly appointed Global Ambassador to the Last Well, a not for profit US based organization determined to provide clean drinking water throughout Liberia to eradicate water-borne diseases, has arrived in the country.

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