The Ministry Of Youth And sports has expressed condolences to the Liberia Football Association over the sudden death of Liberian International Patrick Doeplah.
Napoleon Blamon, playing for the Cinnaminson High School boys’ basketball in the US, will switch his sport during the coming school break to play in the Volleyball Youth league. Speaking to an America sport journalist Kevin Haslam, the Liberian described himself as excellent in the just-ended high school basketball league.
Beach football is expected to be introduced here not in the too distance future. Papie Jones, Coordinator for the would-be Liberia Beach Soccer in Liberia said the game is gaining some momentum among the youthful population.
The Inter High School Sports Association league continued at the ATS yesterday with eight schools on the day’s fixture. Syndra McIntosh High School earned free points when their opponents, Eugene Cooper High school failed to turn up for the kickball match, Jimmy Jolocon High school made seven home runs over George and Logan High School’s 6 home runs.
The Liberia Basketball Federation’s leadership is aiming at a better and perfect league season after emerging as winner of the passed election. The Federation, through its Secretariat, has released the requirements for the league season expected to start on 19 March 2011.
More and more Liberians continue to be discovered in America Football. After the discovery of others, Bha woh Papi Jue has become the latest.
The preoccupations of Liberian international sport stars may not only be soccer and basketball. New Dawn Sports has just discovered one more Liberian, this time, in the game of American football.
The newly elected officers to handle the affairs of Liberian Basketball were last weekend installed into office. The inducted President, T. Rufus Anderson promised Liberian basketball fans a better and transformed basketball era in Liberia during and after his leadership. Anderson also promised to leave behind a workable blue print for his successor to follow.
The Liberia National Handball Association Elementary & Junior High inter-school handball tournament got underway last week in Monrovia at the Sports Commission on Broad Street with twenty schools registering. Group A- comprises G.W Gibson, Elizabeth Crawford, Gray D. Allison and Carr High School.
As the election draws to a final date, the Liberia Basketball Federation has released its qualified candidates contesting for various positions on the 15 of January at the Monrovia Sport Commission on Broad-street.