*The Killers Takes the Summit as Bo Rangers Continue to Stay Down
*Eagles Crash at home to Water Front Boys
*May Park Draws Blank at The Cavaliers
*Tigers Claw Freetown City Council
*Diamond Stars Suffer first defeat at RSLAF FC
*Tis-Tas Boys Sink at home To The Cavaliers
*May Park Boys Shot Soldiers Twice at Home
Sierra Leone Premier League (SLPL) Week Two (2) Review
1. Bo Rangers 0 FC Kallon 1
2. Kamboi Eagles 1 Diamond Stars 1
3. Freetown City 0 Ports Authority 1
Alhassan Koroma’s 21st minute strike punished an overzealous but poor finishing Mighty Blackpool performance as East End Lions won 1-0 at the Siaka Stevens Stadium on Sierra Leone Premier League’s Match Day 1; with more than 45000 spectators watching the pulsating and entertaining enco
The Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) has donated 90 match balls to the Executive committee of the Southern Region Football Association (SRFA) for the commencement of their various leagues across the region.
Sierra Leone’s Minister of Sports, Mr Ibrahim Nyelenkeh has promised to secure funding for the commencement of the first and second division leagues as well as the Women’s Championship immediately after the commencement of the Sierra Leone 2019 Premier League.
Acting President of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), Mr Brima Mazola Kamara has promised the Minister of Sports, Hon Ibrahim Nyelenkeh that the SLFA will effectively supervise the Premier League Board (PLB) to ensure that football becomes a key tool towards the development aspiration
With the government of Sierra Leone for the first time in the history of the country’s football dishing out Two Billion Leones (Two hundred and fifty thousand United States Dollars) to the Premier League Board (PLB) for the commencement of the Sierra Leone Premier League, more than a thousand you
Minister of Sports, Hon.
As a way of crafting a national stimulus around Sierra Leone's top league, the Sierra Leone Premier League Board, in consultation with the participating premier league clubs, have reach
2nd November 2018
Ibrahim Jalloh, a Sierra Leonean businessman residing in Conakry, Guinea has donated 2 full sets of football kits (25 each) to all participating Premier League Clubs as his contribution towards the c
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