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Senior Pro Crash Barnesville FC

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Former players of the national team, Lone star; on Sunday defeated the youthful Barnesville FC 4-2 in a thrilling soccer intended to boost the kick-off of this year’s Voters’ Registration exercise. As part of the activities planned for the 2011 voter registration’s exercise, players of the Senior Professional will be playing numerous matches, engaging High school, Universities, county teams, social events and others.

The match between Barnesville FC and the former Lone Star, enticed thousands of citizens of the Barnesville area who congregated to watch nostalgically, their stars of yesterday, displaying talents they were noted for. Former lone Star defender and current deputy minister for operation at the Ministry of Defense Dionysius Sebwe, was seen in full action in the defense for Senior Pro. Kelvin Sebwe scored the first goal in the game.

The youngsters were capable of maintaining their senior to the end of the first half. The introduction of George Gebro to operate from left back profited the senior, as he provided some brilliant crosses for Joe Nagbe to net the second goal of the day.

Kelvin netted the third goal of the day; while Joe Nagbe made available his usual long range shooting that made it four for the senior. The match will continue in Grand Bassa this week end with the aim of encouraging Liberians to turn up in the numbers for registration. Deputy Minister Dionysius Sebwe told residents of the community to ensure that they register, as the progression of Liberia from a (Ok State to Better State) lies in the voters hands to elect the country leadership.

Alex, Quiah Help La Paloma FC

Two Liberians playing in the Cape Verdeans 2nd division league for La Paloma FC have helped the club secure its first victory of the season during their debut match on Saturday against ASA Grande FC.  Alex Moore, former Gedi & Sons FC striker netted home the only goal of the match in the 73rd minutes. The Liberian striker solitary goal gave La Paloma FC her first three points of the season.

Liberian midfielder Jeremiah Quiah, was also very instrumental to the victory of the team, by taking complete control of the mid-field. Both players were transferred from local premiership side Gedi & Sons for an undisclosed amount, although the players are yet to complete all the modalities of transfer.

The Cape Verdeans FA has a provision in her status for West African players to play while waiting for the finalization of all documentations. Frontier Alex Moore told New Dawn Sport that his goal has greatly motivated him.  “We played three games without a win. Our victory over the weekend is a plus for our team.”

The two payers departure to Cape Verde was organized by former Telecom player Williams Pajibor who is currently basing in Sudan.

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