As Liberians across the country rally supports for their respective counties for the upcoming national county meet, hopes continue to rise among authorities of the various counties. One of such counties is Grand Bassa County.
Its Development officer, Patrick Sawyer told a recently New Dawn interview that his county was prepared to honor the opening ceremonies of the month long national tournament.
Sawyer said though his county could not shine in the last event as they envisioned, enough was being done, including the recruitment of the best players for all sports, to make their dream a reality. Patrick Sawyer also wants citizens of the county across the country to remember the county in their prayers.
The expectation of Rivercess county Superintendent Gevoore Smith, for the national county sports meet is the same, as his county invests huge dollars in the recruitment of talented citizens.
He remains confident of making more marks ahead of Grand Bassa County. Rivercess, for the last two counties meet, performed better than Bassa in kickball, walking away with the Track and Field Trophy last January.
Bong County finished third in football and track and field, and the National County Sports meet official kicks off this Sunday with a number of matches in the various counties, while the opening ceremonies takes place in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.